rhythmic

Part of speech: adjective

Relating to or characterized by rhythm. Rhythmical.

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Usage examples "rhythmic":

  1. A passing gust of wind brought the rhythmic beating of the tom- tom clearer to their ears. - "Plotting in Pirate Seas", Francis Rolt-Wheeler.
  2. The mordent must be played fast enough to preserve the rhythmic integrity of the melody- note. - "Piano Playing With Piano Questions Answered", Josef Hofmann.
  3. The name sounded so perfectly incongruous for that slender slip of girl, more so than the despised Tabitha; but he understood what a charm the long, rhythmic words held for the child who had missed so much happiness in her short life, so he gravely answered, " I am sure if you try to laugh with those who make fun of you, and won't get mad no matter what they say, they will soon forget all about the odd little name and will love you for what you are." - "Tabitha at Ivy Hall", Ruth Alberta Brown.