OTHER WORDS FROM rhythmichy·per·rhyth·mic, adjectivenon·rhyth·mic, adjectivesem·i·rhyth·mic, adjectiveun·rhyth·mic, adjective
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Syllables were repeated and were rhythmic, both common features of babbling.These baby greater sac-winged bats babble to learn their mating songs|Jonathan Lambert|August 19, 2021|Science News
You know, there’s some weirdness in the rhythmic sense of it.
The film, with its rhythmic, conversational numbers, progresses as if it’s a household concert, with Shaun on piano, trumpet or guitar, and Abigail, in bruised and buoyant vocals, singing lead.Give this folk rock duo 27 minutes. They’ll give you a musically heartbreaking world.|Peter Marks|March 18, 2021|Washington Post
The rhythmic beating of footsteps on a treadmill was a noise offender—the sound could be detected on sonar from miles away—so we shut it off unless we were in friendly waters where we weren’t concerned with counter-detection.How a Nuclear Submarine Officer Learned to Live in Tight Quarters - Issue 94: Evolving|Steve Weiner|December 30, 2020|Nautilus
Typically, the rhythmic accompaniment for dancers was anchored by two or more conga players, or congueros.Candido Camero, ‘father of modern conga drumming,’ dies at 99|Matt Schudel|November 12, 2020|Washington Post
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
I point out the phrase “more distinct separation,” and I suggest that the purpose of the semicolon is at least in part rhythmic.
A link of pitches perhaps, an a-rhythmic phrase that will lead to a strong subterranean pulsation.
His focus on the grim and the disturbing is beautiful, and becomes rhythmic, atmospheric, and addictive.Teju Cole’s Keen Eye Spares No One—Himself Included|Benjamin Lytal|July 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The soft cry from her quivering lips meets the rhythmic beat of our rattles: the battle cry of her living nightmare.
An approach to æsthetic pleasure is seen in the responses to rhythmic series of sounds.Children's Ways|James Sully
Igelstrud took hold of the heart with his hand and made rhythmic pressure upon it.
The feet came on; slow, rhythmic, marching without zest or pause or break, perfection without snap.
They came with that ghastly mechanical rhythmic tread, eyes staring, backs burdened.
There is often a rhythmic alteration of intensity of symptoms that corresponds more or less to the physiological rhythm of life.