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22. Pæon 2d, the second syllable long, and

the other three short. Ex. potentia, rapidity, solemnity, minority, conhdered, imprudently, extravagant, reSpectfully, accordingly.

23. PÆon 3d, the third syllable long and

the other three short. Ex. animatus, independent, condescendence, sacerdotal, reimbursement, manufačture.

24. PÆon 4th, the last syllable long and

the other three short. Ex, Celeritas.

25. EPITRITUS ist, the first syllable short

and the other three long. Ex. voluptates.

26. EPITRITUS 2d, the second syllable short

and the other three long. Ex. pænitentes.

27. Epitritus 3d, the third syllable short

and the other three long. Ex. difcordias.

28. EPITRITUS 4th, the last syllable short

and the other three long. Ex. fortunatus,

29. A word of five fyllables composed of a

Pyrrhichius and Dactylus. Ex. ministerial.

30. A word of five syllables composed of a

Trochæus and Dactylus. Ex. fin

gularity. 31. A word of five syllables composed of

a Dactylus and Trochæus. Ex.

precipitation, examination. 32. A word of five syllables, the second

only long. Ex. neceffitated, fignifi

cancy. 33. A word of fix fyllables composed of

two Dactyles. Ex. impetuosity. 34. A word of fix fyllables composed of a

Tribrachys and Dactyle. Ex. pufillanimity.

N. B. Every word may be considered as a prose foot, because every word is distinguished by a pause ; and every foot in verse may be considered as a verse word, composed of fyllables pronounced at once without a pause.

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