Acatalectic



not catalectic; complete.
a verse having the complete number of syllables in the last foot.
Historical Examples

acatalectic, a-kat-a-lek′tik, adj. having the complete number of syllables as a verse: without defect.
Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various

Corresponding short trochaic lines result from the acatalectic trochaic tetrameter broken by leonine or inserted rhyme.
A History of English Versification Jakob Schipper

adjective
having the necessary number of feet or syllables, esp having a complete final foot
noun
a verse having the full number of syllables

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