having cadence.
Archaic. falling.
Historical Examples

Henry Brocken Walter J. de la Mare
Chronicles of the Schonberg-Cotta Family Elizabeth Rundle Charles
The Influence of the Stars Rosa Baughan
The Mortal Gods and Other Plays Olive Tilford Dargan
The Influence of the Stars Rosa Baughan

having cadence; rhythmic
(archaic) falling; descending


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