unrhythmic


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unrhythmic

(ʌnˈrɪðmɪk) or

unrhythmical

adj
lacking rhythm; having an irregular beat
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Adj.1.unrhythmic - not rhythmicunrhythmic - not rhythmic; irregular in beat or accent
irregular - contrary to rule or accepted order or general practice; "irregular hiring practices"
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But as the flock worked closer, their action resembled the unrhythmic flight pattern of cacklers.
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The American comedian refused to apologise for calling Australian pop superstar Delta Goodrem the "most UNRHYTHMIC WHITE WOMAN" at the Jay Z and Beyonce concert in Los Angeles.
Marlon Wayans from the Wayans Bros posted a pic of a blonde girl dancing next to him at Jay-Z and Beyonce's concert in LA on Saturday night and said: "Man I got the most UNRHYTHMIC WHITE WOMAN dancing next to me at the jay and bay concert...
The banal anticomposition of the painting, the unrhythmic congregation of figures breaks with the pictorial music of art.
Instead, syntactical line breaks characterize often unrhythmic poems and leave a flat chopped-up prose quality to the sound; consequently, some very weak lines result, such as "will come to" or "want to be" or "ask an" or "in them, and then" and so on, for dozens of instances.
Joseph McCarthy and his paranoia over the communists that we had to add those two totally unnecessary and unrhythmic words.
To give them their due the band-- otherwise known as that bloke with the asymmetrical hair and those two girls in very little dancing like unrhythmic robots in the background - were the original synthesiser band.
The words were mere nonsense - irresponsible babble; the tune was an improvisation, a weary, unrhythmic thing of rise and fall: and yet it seemed to me a genuine utterance, and just at that moment the one thing fitting and right and perfect.
There is also the practical difficulty that, if we take resolution of long syllables into account here too, no ending, if sufficient in length, could ever be classed as unrhythmic, with the exception of - [union] - - - [union] x (resolutions included).
To 'bump at' a gong seems innocuous enough, even undeliberate, but he 'bumped at it all the day long', which suggests continual irregular, unrhythmic repetition of the sort likely to elicit rage.
They were concerned with measuring response to contrasting music, and the results mainly showed that faster, rhythmically stimulating, loud music excites, and slower, unrhythmic and softer music relaxes.