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noun as in biological clock

noun as in biological rhythm

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It breaks up families, burns hope, and perpetuates cycles of misery.

Organizations in the Koch network have been spending far more than they did in previous cycles.

In recent election cycles, politicians are better off violating the law than staying in Congress too long.

This, more than any one scandal, is likely to hobble the party for the next few election cycles.

For political junkies, these Republicans are famous for throwing away winnable Senate seats in recent election cycles.

Scarcely taking time to look the motor-cycles over, they pulled them upright and got into the saddles.

Now, what is this power that has formed these glorious suns and sent them whirling onward through the cycles of the ages?

In the narrow seat behind, Clip lurched, and swayed, and rattled the motor-cycles.

Hitherto, all motor-propelled cycles had used the power of the engine of whatever form it was merely as an aid to locomotion.

Matt waved his hand, and the sharp explosions of the two motor-cycles merged into a steady hum as the boys vanished up the road.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cycles, such as: circadian rhythm, biological rhythm, biorhythm, body clock, and circadian clock.

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