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- adj. rhythmic
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to rhythm in art, or to a succession of measures marked by regularly recurrent accents, beats, or pulses; noting any succession so marked; hence, musical, metrical, or poetic: as, the rhythmical movement of marching or of a dance.
- In physics and physiology, pertaining to or constituting a succession of alternate and opposite or correlative states.
- In medicine, periodical.
- In the graphic and plastic arts, properly proportioned or balanced.
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- adj. recurring with measured regularity
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