rhythmic pattern


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for rhythmic pattern

References in periodicals archive ?
The Table 1 is used for the condition of rhythmic pattern classification.
Our study is the first in young babies to suggest that experiencing a rhythmic pattern in music can also improve the ability to detect and make predictions about rhythmic patterns in speech," said lead author Christina Zhao, a post-doctoral researcher at University of Washington's Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences.
In the national anthem, Mutswairo maintains a pleasant rhythmic pattern through repetition of morphemes and consonants and the name Zimbabwe, which is repeated six times.
The additional eight responses were labeled indiscernible due to the complexity and/or speed of the rhythmic pattern played by the child.
Traumatic brain injury: Some patients who underwent music therapy that involved following tempo, loudness and rhythmic pattern performed better on tests of mental flexibility, suggesting such therapy may help people with brain injuries manage switching between important tasks during daily life.
With a rhythmic pattern of honeybees in flight, the Ceranaao design brings a touch of whimsical sophistication to the Vas lavatory faucet.
This is easily accomplished as a musical task with two facilitators who each sequentially play a different rhythmic pattern on some kind of percussion instrument.
The narrative is written in rhyming couplets which provide a rhythmic pattern that will appeal to young readers.
Carlson's rigorous and detailed orthographic study makes clear the rhythmic pattern to the text.
Careless and free with elbows jutting outward from my handlebars, my silhouette swung back and forth, left and right - a rhythmic pattern in sync with my effortless breathing - like Dorothy's Scarecrow skittering up the Yellow Brick Road, off to see the Wizard.
Splitting wood, chopping down trees--the rhythmic pattern of exercise is like music.
Three centuries of modern observations have shown that these spots and storms occur in a rhythmic pattern, with the number of sunspots waxing and waning in an 11-year cycle.
Also two-baller, which involved throwing balls against a wall or door in a rhythmic pattern.
This finding suggests that the listeners were attending to prosodic information such as rhythmic pattern and pitch contour.
A similar rhythmic pattern in aortic dissection suggests that in prescribing [beta]-blockers and other antihypertensive agents for prevention of acute aortic dissection, it may make sense to select drugs that maintain effectiveness in the early morning hours, he said.