Meaning of hypercatalectic

hy•per•cat•a•lec•tic

Pronunciation: (hī"pur-kat"l-ek'tik), [key]
— adj. Pros.
  1. (of a line of verse) containing an additional syllable after the last dipody or foot. Cf. acatalectic (def. 2),
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