American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of, relating to, or having rhythm; recurring with measured regularity.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- adj. Of or relating to rhythm.
- adj. Characterized by rhythm.
- adj. Written in verse, especially rhyming verse.
- adj. With regular, repetitive motion or sound.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Pertaining to, or of the nature of, rhythm.
- adj. recurring with measured regularity
- From Ancient Greek ῥύθμικος (rhythmikos), from ῥυθμός (rhuthmos, "measured flow or movement, symmetry, rhythm"), from ῥέω (rheō, "flow, run, stream, gush"), + adjective suffix -ικος (-ikos). (Wiktionary)
“Still, the torment was worth it for the precious few minutes he had with them when they were neither awake nor asleep, when they were finally still and their breath began to flatten out in rhythmic heaviness, when their bodies fell slack and rolled in toward him, toward the black-hole depression that he occupied in the middle of the mattress.”
“Yet did it quiver under the finger-tip caress in rhythmic vibrations that became whisperings and rustlings and mutterings of sound - but of sound so different; so elusively thin that it was shimmeringly sibilant; so mellow that it was maddening sweet, piping like an elfin horn, which last was just what Bassett decided would be like a peal from some bell of the gods reaching earthward from across space.”
“You know and, particularly, I'm interested in rhythmic concepts from South Indian music, and so, I work with a lot of these elements in my music.”
“As Mackenzie threw him into the snow, he caught a glimpse of the swaying forms before the council-fire, heard the deep basses of the men in rhythmic chant, and knew the Shaman was fanning the anger of his people.”
“Kanaeva wins gold for Russia in rhythmic gymnastics”
“Kanaeva wins gold for Russia in rhythmic gymnastics - USATODAY. com”
“She was once a world champion in rhythmic gymnastics, so she must have nerves the temperature of liquid oxygen.”
“That last section is set in rhythmic unison, a witty-sad contrast to the ambivalence of the text.”
“BEIJING (AP) Russia has won its third straight Olympic gold medal in rhythmic gymnastics all-around group.”
“(AP) Mary Sanders earned the United States 'only spot in rhythmic gymnastics at the Athens Olympics, winning all four categories at the Olympic trials on Saturday.”
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