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- adj. of a word, shortened by syncope
- adj. of a rhythm, modified by syncopation
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of syncopate.
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- adj. stressing a normally weak beat
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Hmm. * drums fingers on desk in syncopated time with jes's pencil*
Still, imagine a State of the Union address delivered in syncopated Walkenese: The state ... of the union ... is mahvelous.
democracy means a country where d government in elected by d people (indirect). what are three synonomns of the word syncopated plz and one antonym please? thanks!!? en Español
But I think that in our post-jazz age, we understand a kind of syncopated rhythm.
Because it is a story about singers who have to rehearse, perform and record, it doesn't miss a chance to showcase the kind of syncopated soul music and showmanship that characterized the Motown sound.
I am not for a moment suggesting that such terms as "syncopated" should be used in a book for children
The bass on it is really wild, it's almost got this Charlie Haden thing, where Sebastian is sort of strumming it, playing all this kind of syncopated, oddball stuff. "
"syncopated" tunes of prose with the easily recognized tunes of verse.
I start dancing, and the women clap in syncopated time with the song.
The original way to tracking God, what may be called original spirituality, is surprisingly found through embracing wild laughter, syncopated rhythm, and ecstatic love.
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