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rhythmic

adjective rhyth·mic \ˈrith-mik\

: having a regular repeated pattern of sounds or movements

Full Definition of RHYTHMIC

1
:  marked by or moving in pronounced rhythm
2
:  of, relating to, or involving rhythm
rhyth·mi·cal·ly \-mi-k(ə-)lē\ adverb

Variants of RHYTHMIC

rhyth·mic or rhyth·mi·cal \-mi-kəl\
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Examples of RHYTHMIC

  1. We could hear a rhythmic drumming outside.
  2. <lulled to sleep by the rhythmic sound of her mother's voice reading the Bible>

First Known Use of RHYTHMIC

1589
RHYTHMICALLY Defined for Kids

rhythmic

adjective rhyth·mic \ˈrith-mik\

Definition of RHYTHMIC for Kids

:  having a regular repeated pattern of beats, sounds, activity, or movements <As the windshield wipers began their rhythmic exercise, the family rode in silence … — Beverly Cleary, Ramona Quimby>
rhyth·mi·cal·ly adverb

Variants of RHYTHMIC

rhyth·mic or rhyth·mi·cal \-mi-kəl\
Medical Dictionary

rhythmic

adjective rhyth·mic \ˈrith-mik\

Medical Definition of RHYTHMIC

1
:  of, relating to, or involving rhythm
2
:  marked by or moving in pronounced rhythm <rhythmic contractions>
rhyth·mi·cal·ly \-mi-k(ə-)lē\ adverb

Variants of RHYTHMIC

rhyth·mic or rhyth·mi·cal \-mi-kəl\

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