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- adj. Of, or relating to, prosody.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to prosody, or to quantity and versification.
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- adj. of or relating to the rhythmic aspect of language or to the suprasegmental phonemes of pitch and stress and juncture and nasalization and voicing
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Dan connects and links London's words and actions from many sources to support the central theme of the book that Jack London was a poet and his lyrical prose style a direct consequence of prosodic studies, poetic aspirations and a lifelong passion for poetry.
In the case of (b) look up passes all the tests, both syntactic and prosodic, of ‘phrasal verb-ness’.
But a comma might be out of place for prosodic reasons in Who's afraid of the big bad wolf?
It doesn't make sense to think of people as speaking 'out of tune' though some prosodic disorders in speech pathology might aptly be described in that way.
David: This is a different phenomenon, basically an extension of the prosodic system, though I can imagine it might segue into musical quotations.
“Give me a printout of all sixty-two Romulan prosodic phrase matches and their translations, please,” she said.
The authors exposed participants to A1A2B1B2 structures with or without prosodic cues.
Participants largely failed to learn the grammar without prosodic cues.
Learnability of embedded syntactic structures depends on prosodic cues.
In the case of b look up passes all the tests, both syntactic and prosodic, of ‘phrasal verb-ness’.