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RHYTHMIC

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 Dictionary entry overview: What does rhythmic mean? 

RHYTHMIC (adjective)
  The adjective RHYTHMIC has 1 sense:

1. recurring with measured regularity

  Familiarity information: RHYTHMIC used as an adjective is very rare.


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RHYTHMIC (adjective)


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Meaning:

Recurring with measured regularity

Synonyms:

rhythmic; rhythmical

Context examples:

the rhythmic chiming of church bells / rhythmical prose

Similar:

throbbing (pounding or beating strongly or violently)

syncopated (stressing a normally weak beat)

chantlike; intoned; singsong (uttered in a monotonous cadence or rhythm as in chanting)

Sapphic (a meter used by Sappho and named after her)

periodic (recurring at regular intervals)

measured; metric; metrical (the rhythmic arrangement of syllables)

lilting; swinging; swingy; tripping (characterized by a buoyant rhythm)

jazzy (resembling jazz (especially in its rhythm))

danceable (suitable for dancing)

cadenced; cadent (marked by a rhythmical cadence)

beating; pulsating; pulsing (expanding and contracting rhythmically as to the beating of the heart)

Adonic (having a rhythm consisting of a dactyl followed by a spondee or a trochee)

Also:

regular (in accordance with fixed order or procedure or principle)


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