That section of a foot where the ictus is put or that is distinguished from sleep known as the thesis for the foot by a greater anxiety of sound
- That element of a base where the ictus is put, or which can be distinguished through the rest (known as the thesis) regarding the foot by a better anxiety of voice.
- That level of sound today called metrical accentuation, or the rhythmic accent.
- The level of the hand, or that part of the club where it's raised, in beating time; the poor or unaccented the main club; -- against thesis.
(n.) That element of a foot where in actuality the ictus is placed, or which can be distinguished from the rest (known as the thesis) of the base by a greater stress of vocals.
- (n.) That level of voice now known as metrical accentuation, or perhaps the rhythmic accent.
- (letter.) The level for the hand, or that the main club where it is raised, in beating time; the weak or unaccented an element of the bar; -- against thesis.