Dissyllabic - definition of Dissyllabic by The Free Dictionary
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|a.||1.||Consisting of two syllables only; as, a dissyllabic foot in poetry.|
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13) I assume that if a polysyllabic word distinguishes some phonetic opposition, this opposition should also exist in disyllabic words while the opposite is not true: an opposition existing in dissyllabic
words is not necessarily present in words consisting of more than two syllables.
With Mallika's recent histrionics, it is no secret that she is an ardent admirer of Gujarat CM Narendra Modi and even went to the extent of recording a dissyllabic
video message for the politician's birthday.