Music. stress given to a note through prolonged duration.
the theory that accent within a musical phrase can be produced by modifying the duration of certain notes rather than by increasing dynamic stress. Music. stress given to a note through prolonged duration.
(in ancient Greece) a contest in which prizes were awarded in any of a number of events, as athletics, drama, music, poetry, and painting. (italics) Greek. (in ancient Greek drama) a formalized debate or argumentation, especially in comedy: usually following the proagon and preceding the parabasis. Literature. conflict, especially between the protagonist and the antagonist. […]
agomphosis agomphosis ag·om·pho·sis (āg’ŏm-fō’sĭs) or ag·om·phi·a·sis (-fī’ə-sĭs) n. See anodontia.
agonadal agonadal a·go·nad·al (ā’gō-nād’l, ə-gō’nād’l) adj. Congenital or acquired absence of ovaries or testes.