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EtymologyEdit

From Latin tăsis, from Ancient Greek τάσις (tásis, stretching, tension, intensity)

Examples (prosody)

I love words that give me a chance
to tr-r-r-r-rill my "r"s

NounEdit

tasis (uncountable)

  1. (prosody) Extending the sound of an utterance for the pleasure of saying or hearing it.
  2. (usually in combination, medicine) A stretching.

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