His cadence is a steady beat rather than a roller coaster, and his words sparing and simple.
I feel like I can recognize the cadence, but I haven't been able to do it yet.
I remember the cadence of the radio transmissions between our vehicles.
It takes a little while to understand the cadence of this show.
He spoke in a tone of the freest pleasantry, with his familiar, friendly Southern cadence.
They consisted of a few chanted words, with a cadence and a long yodl.
The dreadful cry seemed like the last wail of expiring reason, so sad, so piercing was its cadence.
To resume the cadence step in quick time, the instructor commands: 1.
At the command Arms execute port arms and continue in cadence to the position ordered.
May again sighed, and with a tremor in the cadence that was almost a sob.
late 14c., "flow of rhythm in verse or music," from Middle French cadence, from Old Italian cadenza "conclusion of a movement in music," literally "a falling," from Vulgar Latin *cadentia, from neuter plural of Latin cadens, present participle of cadere "to fall" (see case (n.1)). In 16c., sometimes used literally for "an act of falling." A doublet of chance (n.).