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  • adj. Not having rhythm; irregular.

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  • adj. not rhythmic.

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  • adj. deliberately not rhythmic


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un- +‎ rhythmic


  • If your sounds are high-pitched, frantic, or nonrhythmic, your support team should guide you to make low-pitched rhythmic sounds instead.

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  • But Pentecostals rejected the starchy hymns, nonrhythmic accompaniment, and nonimprovisational singing of these established denominations.


  • He could see his breath in the air, frustrated bursts of whiteness blown out in nonrhythmic spurts.

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  • For example, this figure shows FFT results for people dancing to nonrhythmic and rhythmic music; although there is no peak in the former, it shows up clearly in the latter, indicating that the dancers are synchronizing to a definite tempo that corresponds to the BPM (beats-per-minute) of the music being played.

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  • Atrial fibrillation occurs when the walls of the upper chambers of the heart the left and right atria start to contract in a rapid, nonrhythmic beat.

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  • CHRONIC MOTOR / VOCAL TIC • TIC is a sudden, repetitive, stereotyped, nonrhythmic, involuntary movement (motor tic) or sound (phonic tic) that involves discrete groups of muscles. • can be invisible to the observer (e.g. abdominal tensing or toe crunching)

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  • [2] It is characterized by a "nonrhythmic tremor that was restricted to the body region affected by dystonia".

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  • And, it has been difficult for me because I like to think that I think in paragraphs and whole thoughts and not in some bizarre set of repetitive, nonrhythmic utterances or Tourette syndrome type bursts.

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  • I'm putting some different information in the descriptions of the various TT Camp videos: "ABOUT TICS A tic is a brief, repetitive, purposeless, nonrhythmic, involuntary movement or sound. - Articles related to The old Gaza boy and the sea

  • But that's always the dilemma because there are not many slots for nonrhythmic music on top 40 radio in the major markets. "

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