Definition of arrhythmic
: lacking rhythm or regularity arrhythmic locomotor activity
Recent Examples of arrhythmic from the Web
Brody interacts poorly with the other lifeguards (the dialogue between Efron and the other players is deliberately arrhythmic at first), resisting their efforts to integrate him into the group.
On offense, the Americans’ movement has had a clunky, arrhythmic feel.
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Origin and Etymology of arrhythmic
First Known Use: 1833See Words from the same year
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