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Weegy: Most common foot in English is A. iamb
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User: anapest

Weegy: Anapaest (n.): 1. A metrical foot composed of two short syllables followed by one long one, as in the word seventeen. 2. [ A line of verse using this meter; for example, "'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house" (Clement Clarke Moore). ]
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Weegy: A trochee or choree, choreus, is a metrical foot used in formal poetry consisting of a stressed syllable followed by an unstressed one. [ Trochee comes from the Greek ??????, trokh?s, wheel, and choree from ?????, khor?s, dance; both convey the "rolling" rhythm of this metrical foot. ]
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Weegy: A trochee or choree, choreus, is a metrical foot used in formal poetry consisting of a stressed syllable followed by an unstressed one. [ Trochee comes from the Greek ??????, trokh?s, wheel, and choree from ?????, khor?s, dance; both convey the "rolling" rhythm of this metrical foot. ]
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A DACTYL is a prosodic foot of three syllables, one long followed by two short in quantitative meter, or one stressed followed by two unstressed in accentual meter.



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