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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.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.rhythmically - in a rhythmic manner; "the chair rocked rhythmically back and forth"
Translations
بإيقاع، بِحَرَكاتٍ مُنْتَظَمَه
rytmicky
ütemesen
taktbundiî
rytmicky
düzenli biçimde

rhythmically

[ˈrɪðmɪkəlɪ] ADVrítmicamente, de forma rítmica

rhythmically

[ˈrɪðmɪkəli] advavec rythmerhythm method n (of contraception)méthode f des températuresrhythm section nsection f rythmique

rhythmically

advrhythmisch; breathegleichmäßig

rhythmically

[ˈrɪðmɪklɪ] advritmicamente

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 ?
When she broke into the swift rattling measures of a chorus some half-tipsy men near the stage joined in the rollicking refrain and glasses were pounded rhythmically upon the tables.
A few instants later the platform was quivering, and with puffs of steam hanging low in the air from the frost, the engine rolled up, with the lever of the middle wheel rhythmically moving up and down, and the stooping figure of the engine-driver covered with frost.
Antonia's father uncovered one of his long bony legs and rubbed it rhythmically.
Now and then Dominic slowly and rhythmically struck his hands together a few times, as if applauding the performance of the Tremolino.
Most precious of all--the evenings she and her boy had sat in the yard, with the cool south breeze blowing up from the pasture, the cows looking on placidly, the frogs fluting rhythmically in the pond, the birds chirping their good-night calls, and the dip and swell of the farm land pulling at them like a haunting tune, almost too lovely to be endured.
He had a charming voice, and he chose his words as he spoke; he uttered them almost rhythmically.
Napoleon noticed Balashev's embarrassment when uttering these last words; his face twitched and the calf of his left leg began to quiver rhythmically.
In her mind's eye she could see the straining naked forms of black men bending rhythmically to the work, and somewhere on that strange deck she knew was the inevitable master-man, conning the vessel in to its anchorage, peering at the dim tree-line of the shore, judging the deceitful night-distances, feeling on his cheek the first fans of the land breeze that was even then beginning to blow, weighing, thinking, measuring, gauging the score or more of ever- shifting forces, through which, by which, and in spite of which he directed the steady equilibrium of his course.
His can- teen banged rhythmically upon his thigh, and his haversack bobbed softly.
It had been slit from top to bottom along the centre seam, and it pulsed rhythmically, the slit opening and closing regularly with every leap of the wearer.
Here am I," he cried rhythmically, as his feet pounded to the left and to the right, "plunging along, like an elephant in the jungle, stripping the branches as I go
The young wood-cutter stayed a little longer, poised above the silence and swaying rhythmically.