When a line in a poem runs into the next, without punctuation.
Example of Enjambement: "The bubblegum covered desks sit in bundles of five slowly decaying like a group of dead, rotting corpses in an ugly unpainted, stinky, giant coffin."
by MarcusTheCrazy April 22, 2010
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The effect created when one realizes there is not enough space on a paper to finish ones sentence, resulting in words being jammed in, usually by being written very skinny, to compensate
Cecil-"There isn't enough room on this paper to finish my essay, but I don't want to get a new page just to finish this last sentence."
Herbert-"Just start a new page, you will lose marks for enjambment."
by CamEB May 11, 2013
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