Thesaurus / rhythmical
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
The dramas of the Greeks and Romans were of the simplest kind, the dialogue being simple, rhythmical, and often intoned.
The breaking up of these long lines (consisting of two rhythmical sections) into shorter lines is usually effected by rhyme.
A HISTORY OF ENGLISH VERSIFICATIONJAKOB SCHIPPER
In form it was poetical, the extract in the present case being of that rhythmical structure which was the mark of Hebrew poetry.
THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: THE BOOK OF JOSHUAWILLIAM GARDEN BLAIKIE
The rhythmical hum of the machinery told his practised ear at once that the engine was running beautifully.
THE HERO OF PANAMAF. S. BRERETON
His speeches have a freedom and a rhythmical flow which captivate the hearer.
The men lay motionless; only by their deep, rhythmical breathing could one know that they were alive.
THE EASIEST WAYEUGENE WALTER AND ARTHUR HORNBLOW
From the open window of a bedroom just above their seat came a sound sonorous and rhythmical.
DODO WONDERSE. F. BENSON
But no monkey has ever been able to articulate human sounds, much less give them rhythmical utterance.
LIFE: ITS TRUE GENESISR. W. WRIGHT
But the rhythmical sound, though fainter, still continued—and Fillery looked up.
THE BRIGHT MESSENGERALGERNON BLACKWOOD
The music of the wind is in it, and a peculiarly free, rhythmical swing, suggestive of the swirling lariat.
OVER THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS TO ALASKACHARLES WARREN STODDARD
WORDS RELATED TO RHYTHMICAL
- in accord
- in chorus
- in concert
- in harmony
- in step
- in tune
- in unison
- of one mind
- on same wavelength
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