- rhythm method,
- rhythm section,
- rhythm stick,
- rhythm, biological,
- rhythmic gymnastics,
Origin of rhythmic
Examples from the Web for rhythmic
Swift is a rhythmic and melodic kleptomaniac, and I mean that as the highest of compliments.Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’: Country’s Prodigal Daughter Creates the Best Pop Album of the Year|Marlow Stern|October 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The soft cry from her quivering lips meets the rhythmic beat of our rattles: the battle cry of her living nightmare.
“We were about exploration, adventure—harmonic and rhythmic and melodic and more,” Weir says.Bob Weir on Drugged-Out Deadheads and Living in Jerry Garcia’s Shadow|Emily Shire|April 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
There were as many muffled and twangy notes as solidly struck strings, casual and rhythmic and one with the voice.
Fosse uses poetic dialogue, with rhythmic repetitions and silences, to dramatize life and loneliness.Nobel Literature Prize Favorites for Dummies, According to the Bookies|Jimmy So|October 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They are full of splendid fire, vitality and passion, and their rhythmic throb is simply irresistible.How to Appreciate Music|Gustav Kobb
Caleb raised his hand in warning, and the rhythmic movement ceased.Caleb West, Master Diver|F. Hopkinson Smith
In this poem we have rhythmic flow, passion, and two qualities rarely found in Lamartine's productions—vigour and conciseness.
Then a soft, rhythmic sound like a giant breathing in his sleep caught the old hunter's keen ear.The Power and the Glory|Grace MacGowan Cooke
The upraised stick descended in a series of rhythmic blows, sending into the air a cloud of dust.Walter and the Wireless|Sara Ware Bassett
1560s, from French rhythmique or directly from Latin rhythmicus, from Greek rhythmikos, from rhythmos (see rhythm). Related: Rhythmical; rhythmically.