Related to Rhymic: rhythmic gymnastics, thesaurus


a.1.Pertaining to rhyme.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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A sassy attitude and retro feel to the chanting and rhymic lyrics reminds of The Tom Tom Club.
The presence of a percussionist makes it inevitable that the rhymic side of the music should be more prominent The most room is given to the marimba, an instrument that at first sight seems remote for Valachia.
In rococo literature, metonymy translates as a tendency to eliminate the traditional regularity of metrical and rhymic structures in poetry, a move which Brady links to the immanence and euphemization found in rococo style.
Though the Thais have a long literary tradition, it is mostly unknown internationally, because of the difficulty of translating Thai verse into other languages--the versification styles, multiple tonal and rhymic schemes, the multiple synonyms for one word.