How Do You Spell CADENCE?

Correct spelling for the English word "cadence" is [k_ˈeɪ_d_ə_n_s], [kˈe͡ɪdəns], [kˈe‍ɪdəns]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of CADENCE

  1. A fall; a decline; the modulation of the tones of the voice in reading; tone; sound; the manner of ending a piece of music.

Common Misspellings for CADENCE

Below is the list of 334 misspellings for the word "cadence".

Usage Examples for CADENCE

  1. Worn out by excitement and fatigue, he lay motionless, listening to sounds like these, and taking in them a mournful interest, when suddenly, in the midst of them, his ears caught a different cadence. - "Lost in the Fog" by James De Mille
  2. The heat of the day, the reaction from the long week in the open air, the quiet monotony of the well modulated voice rising and falling in regular cadence in what is supposed by so many preachers to be the tone suitable for any sacred office, produced an overwhelmingly somnolent effect. - "The Sky Pilot in No Man's Land" by Ralph Connor
  3. Then he was singing again, the cadence of his unknown words rising a little above the pattern wrought by the drum. - "Voodoo Planet" by Andrew North
  4. Thus gazing, with an inward and spiritual vision only, at the bay that his eyes might never again see, and listening to the waves whose cadence he should hear no more, the troubled look faded into one of inscrutable peace, and he sank back into the hollow of his son's arm and passed away. - "The Story of a New York House" by Henry Cuyler Bunner
  5. At last she spoke, and Felix, perched on a platform above her head, was almost startled by the sorrow laden cadence of her voice. - "A Son of the Immortals" by Louis Tracy