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rhythmic

[ rith-mik ]
/ ˈrɪð mɪk /
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adjective
cadenced; rhythmical.
noun
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Origin of rhythmic

1595–1605; <Late Latin rhythmicus<Greek rhythmikós.See rhythm, -ic

OTHER WORDS FROM rhythmic

hy·per·rhyth·mic, adjectivenon·rhyth·mic, adjectivesem·i·rhyth·mic, adjectiveun·rhyth·mic, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for rhythmic

rhythmic

rhythmical (ˈrɪðmɪkəl)

/ (ˈrɪðmɪk) /

adjective
of, relating to, or characterized by rhythm, as in movement or sound; metrical, periodic, or regularly recurring

Derived forms of rhythmic

rhythmically, adverbrhythmicity (rɪðˈmɪsɪtɪ), noun
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