To be told in rhythmical cadences
that her eyes were stars of the morning -- that her cheek had the flush it stole from the sunrise -- that her lips were redder than the roses of Paradise, was thrillingly romantic.
Their technic consisted in waving their tails and moving their heads in a regular succession of measured movements resulting in a cadence
which evidently pleased the eye of the Mahar as the cadence
of our own instrumental music pleases our ears.
The navigation of his craft must have engrossed all the Roman's attention in the calm of a summer's day (he would choose his weather), when the single row of long sweeps (the galley would be a light one, not a trireme) could fall in easy cadence
upon a sheet of water like plate-glass, reflecting faithfully the classic form of his vessel and the contour of the lonely shores close on his left hand.
There was a melancholy cadence
in Dorothea's voice as she spoke these last words.
At length one of them called out in a clear, polite, smooth dialect, not unlike in sound to the Italian: and therefore I returned an answer in that language, hoping at least that the cadence
might be more agreeable to his ears.
With these religious services, probably derived from the white men, the tribes above-mentioned mingle some of their old Indian ceremonials, such as dancing to the cadence
of a song or ballad, which is generally done in a large lodge provided for the purpose.