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Synonyms for rhythmical

marked by a regular rhythm

Synonyms for rhythmical

recurring with measured regularity

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The rhythmical flow here is even voluptuous--nothing could be more melodious.
A weird sound, rhythmical, faint as the faintest chirp of a far cricket, enduring but for a moment, but in the moment suggesting to him vaguely the thought of heaven and celestial music, came to his ear.
Fans chanted "dae-han-min-kook" with the rhythmical clapping to cheer on the athletes.
Zohaib Hassan performed a solo performance with the help of the rhythmical instrument and enthralled everyone.
Today, Lichfield Garrick Studio Ezio's music can range from highly rhythmical, almost manic rock to delicate, dreamy ballads that are heartbreakingly honest and deeply poetic.
In particular, each gear ratio and shift control are important factors for achieving rhythmical shifting with a good tempo, as well as for ensuring a direct response to accelerator inputs from the driver.
Ivor Bolton conducted the house orchestra with dramatic brio, displaying delicate rhythmical qualities and an exquisite accompaniment of Billys monologue.
Their frenzied flow of live jive, rhythmical and glib
He's a fluent, rhythmical player who may not have the tools to beat Van Gerwen, but he can definitely cop at evens getting a start of 5.
The National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology in Japan has succeeded in identifying an index finger-thumb tapping pattern unique to Alzheimer's-type dementia1 through clinical research focusing on the rhythmical movement of both hands .
TOKYO, May 19, 2016 - (JCN Newswire) - The National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology ("NCGG") in Japan has succeeded in identifying an index finger-thumb tapping pattern unique to Alzheimer's-type dementia(1) through clinical research focusing on the rhythmical movement of both hands (Figure 1).
A Rhythmical Journey will see the percussionist and oud player showcase the breadth of talent that's led him to play with musicians from across the spectrum, from Dylan and Jackson Browne to Bonnie Raitt and the Grateful Dead, and Arab music legends Fayrouz, Sabah, Abdul Wahab, Wadi Al Safi and Samira Tawfik.
Beech explores a machine that tames the comet, places it in clockwork with its path and appearance constrained to the rhythmical turn of a mechanical crank.
Deviations from the meter" that emphasize the meaning of a micro-situation are called rhythmical italics.
The composition merges sonic and rhythmical units, based on closely related Persian and African popular poetic meters and other similar rhythmic meters which are present in oral traditions worldwide.