Definition of metronomic
: mechanically regular (as in action or tempo)
metronomicallyplay \-mik(ə-)lē\ adverb
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Fityan reads the text, his mouth silently forming the words in Arabic while the tip of his cigarette bounces over the syllables with metronomic precision.
A tireless workhorse in the avant-garde, Mr. Cyrille, 76, deserves substantial credit for helping to unlock a freer pulse and purpose in the music, slipping away from a metronomic framework while preserving a rigorous attention to form.
Lack of randomness When claims are filed with metronomic precision—
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Medical Definition of metronomic
: of, relating to, or being a drug or regimen of drugs administered in low doses at regular intervals over an extended period of time metronomic cyclophosphamide metronomic chemotherapy
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