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A tribrach is a metrical foot used in formal poetry. It consists of three short syllables[?].

The existence of the tribrach has been contested by some writers and it has no entry in the OED but does appear, primarily as a musical form, in some American dictionaries, such as Virginia Tech Multimedia Music Dictionary[?]

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