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metronome

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Larson, mused Ben Brantley in the New York Times in 2001, “seems to have lived his life and composed his music to the rhythm of some cosmic metronome, noisily decapitating the seconds.”

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Still, its metronome and recording functions are helpful learning tools—they just require some user control.

The orange dove, for example, sounds like a ticking metronome.

These rhythms, called brain waves, are like a metronome or internal clock.

Most important, it’s become the metronome for my day, forcing me to stand up and flip or change the record every 20 minutes or so.

So still was the place that the caged cricket hanging from the eaves of Um's distant room beat time like an elfin metronome.

It is another question whether we can by this means attain the necessary universal use of the metronome.

When I 'go into training,' I find the best means to attain velocity is to work with the metronome.

One can't jump at once into the necessary agility, and the metronome is a great help in bringing one up to the right pitch.

As for the metronome, I approve of it to cultivate the sense of rhythm in those who are lacking in this particular sense.

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On this page you'll find 42 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to metronome, such as: clock, hourglass, timepiece, and timer.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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