Violent and abusive language, on the other hand, even in verse, as I have said, employs the iambic for its attack: e.g.,
quid igiturfaciam? non earn, ne nunc quidem?Ter. Eun. I. i. 1. 1 The pyrrhic never forms a separate foot, but does form part of the anapaest, tribrach and dactyl and it is in this connexion that it is mentioned by Quintilian.
As a general rule, however,
Quis hoc potest videre, quis potest pati,
nisi impudicus et vorax et aleo?Cat. xxix. 1. 2