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rhyth·mic

 (rĭth′mĭk) also rhyth·mi·cal (-mĭ-kəl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or having rhythm; recurring with measured regularity.

rhyth′mi·cal·ly adv.

rhythmic

(ˈrɪðmɪk) or

rhythmical

adj
of, relating to, or characterized by rhythm, as in movement or sound; metrical, periodic, or regularly recurring
ˈrhythmically adv
rhythmicity n
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.rhythmic - recurring with measured regularity; "the rhythmic chiming of church bells"- John Galsworthy; "rhythmical prose"
regular - in accordance with fixed order or procedure or principle; "his regular calls on his customers"; "regular meals"; "regular duties"

rhythmic

rhythmical
adjective cadenced, throbbing, periodic, pulsating, flowing, musical, harmonious, lilting, melodious, metrical the rhythmical beat of the drum

rhythmic

adjective
Marked by a regular rhythm:
Translations
rytmický
rytmikäs
ritmikus
taktbundinn
rytmický

rhythmic

[ˈrɪðmɪk] rhythmical [ˈrɪðmɪkəl] ADJrítmico, acompasado

rhythmic

[ˈrɪðmɪk] rhythmical [ˈrɪðmɪkəl] adj [pattern, beat, breathing, movement] → rythmique

rhythmic(al)

adjrhythmisch; breathing, pulsegleichmäßig; rhythmic gymnasticsrhythmische Gymnastik

rhythmic

rhythmical [ˈrɪðmɪk(l)] adjritmico/a

rhythm

(ˈriðəm) noun
1. a regular, repeated pattern of sounds, stresses or beats in music, poetry etc. Just listen to the rhythm of those drums; complicated rhythms.
2. a regular, repeated pattern of movements. The rowers lost their rhythm.
3. an ability to sing, move etc with rhythm. That girl has got rhythm.
ˈrhythmic, ˈrhythmical adjective
of or with rhythm. rhythmic movement; The dancing was very rhythmical.
ˈrhythmically adverb
References in classic literature ?
Once in the middle of each week a Law of Nature compels us to move to and fro with a rhythmic motion of more than usual violence, which continues for the time you would take to count a hundred and one.
Round and round the firelit room they circled with a rhythmic grace that was wonderful.
While yet many score yards off, other rhythmic sounds than those she had quitted became audible to her; sounds that she knew well--so well.
Soon he heard the rhythmic clack of the oars on the thole-pins, and the joy in his own yelp was duplicated by the joy in Skipper's voice, which kept up a running encouragement, broken by objurgations to the rowers.
But for the somewhat methodical disposition of his limbs and a slight rhythmic movement of the cartridge-box at the back of his belt, he might have been thought to be dead.
She swept them back and forth with rhythmic forefinger and lifted a voice, thin and mellow, in a fashion of melody that was strange, and in a foreign tongue, warm-voweled, all-voweled, and love-exciting.
Amy and her Pole distinguished themselves by equal enthusiasm but more graceful agility, and Laurie found himself involuntarily keeping time to the rhythmic rise and fall of the white slippers as they flew by as indefatigably as if winged.
All three began slowly to circle round, raising and stamping their feet and waving their arms; a kind of tune crept into their rhythmic recitation, and a refrain,--"Aloola," or "Balloola," it sounded like.
This it was which had caused the regular beating noise, and the rhythmic shocks that had kept our ruinous refuge quiver- ing.
As the light in the amphitheater increased the females augmented the frequency and force of their blows until presently a wild, rhythmic din pervaded the great jungle for miles in every direction.
Evidently they were firing at the hussars, but the balls with rapid rhythmic whistle flew over the heads of the horsemen and fell somewhere beyond them.
The end of the alley was blocked by a one-story brick building, out of which issued the rhythmic thunder of the presses, running off the first edition of the ENQUIRER.