Noun(1) the basic rhythmic unit in a piece of music(2) recurring at regular intervals(3) an interval during which a recurring sequence of events occurs(4) the arrangement of spoken words alternating stressed and unstressed elements(5) natural family planning in which ovulation is assumed to occur 14 days before the onset of a period (the fertile period would be assumed to extend from day 10 through day 18 of her cycle
(1) Sheff injects poetry into his words through repetition and rhythm , sometimes as interdependent traits.(2) Since lyrics consist of three things, words, melody and rhythm , each one is considered separately.(3) I would sail away to fantastic places that existed only in the deep recesses of my mind and describe them in verse heavy with rhythm .(4) Both women have great natural rhythm , something that cannot be said for the entire troupe.(5) they increased the rhythm of their stroke(6) It took him awhile to get back to sleep, but finally he did, and I watched him, listening to the strong rhythm of his heart.(7) His talent is amazing, his superb phrasing and sense of rhythm as flawless as a perfectly cut diamond.(8) Do you avoid musical fundamentals like rhythm , pitch, harmony; or are you incorporating them, trying to assimilate them?(9) This tough, touching account of a young life redundantly snuffed out by police prejudice is steeped in musical rhythm and fluidity.(10) he made her count beats to the bar and clap the rhythm(11) You yourself will certainly feel the rhythm , slack or strong, high or low, taut or loose.(12) When things began to flow out of rhythm , you knew something had gone wrong.(13) In the underground cellar bars and cafes of San Francisco, performance poetry was blending the rhyme and rhythm of the spoken word with free jazz.(14) The band is stingy with its arrangements, bringing in the simplest bits of melody or rhythm only at the most necessary moments.(15) Peripheral pulses (radial and femoral) also should be measured for rate and rhythm and to rule out coarctation of the aorta.(16) Nothing beats the natural rhythm of tropical island life and kayaking is the way to experience it, writes Catherine Lawson.
(1) rhythm and blues :: rhythm a blues
1. beat ::
2. meter ::
3. pattern ::
4. cycle ::
5. calendar method ::
Different Formsrhythm, rhythmic, rhythmical, rhythms
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