rhythmical[ rith -mi-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF rhythmical
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RHYTHMICAL
The rhythmical run of the line seems, however, to point to the other as the proper word.
Her body swayed gently at every step with a sort of rhythmical swing.
He was light upon his feet, and he advanced with a rhythmical step.
It is the logic of rhythmical equation felt there, almost exclusively.
Acts are ritually repeated at the recurrence of the rhythmical points.
The rhythmical pause occurring in a line is called a cæsura.
They are, when properly presented, rhythmical to the point of perfection.
His speeches have a freedom and a rhythmical flow which captivate the hearer.
Somewhere ahead there began the rhythmical booming of a drum.
Thereafter her transformations were rhythmical, alternating with the day and night.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR RHYTHMICAL
- in accord
- in chorus
- in concert
- in harmony
- in step
- in tune
- in unison
- of one mind
- on same wavelength