Noncadent

cadent

[keyd-nt]
adjective
1.
having cadence.
2.
Archaic. falling.

Origin:
1580–90; < Latin cadent-, (stem of cadēns falling, present participle of cadere), equivalent to cad- fall + -ent- -ent

noncadent, adjective
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cadent (ˈkeɪdənt)
 
adj
1.  having cadence; rhythmic
2.  archaic falling; descending
 
[C16: from Latin cadēns falling, from cadere to fall]

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