Definition of rhythm
- iambic rhythm
- rumba rhythm
- the rhythms of country life
the composer's use of jazz rhythm
She enjoyed the rhythms of country life.
Travel can disrupt your body's daily rhythm.
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: a regular, repeated pattern of sounds or movements
: a regular, repeated pattern of events, changes, activities, etc.
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of yeast or being unsettled or frivolous
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