eurhythmic

eurhythmic

(juːˈrɪðmɪk) or

eurhythmical

;

eurythmic

or

eurythmical

adj
1. having a pleasing and harmonious rhythm, order, or structure
2. of or relating to eurhythmics

eu•rhyth•mic

(yʊˈrɪð mɪk, yə-)

also eu•rhyth′mi•cal,



adj.
1. characterized by a pleasing rhythm; harmoniously ordered or proportioned.
2. of or pertaining to eurhythmics.
[1825–35]
eu•ryth′mi•cal•ly, adv.
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