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synonyms for rhythms

  • cadence
  • flow
  • movement
  • pattern
  • pulse
  • swing
  • tempo
  • bounce
  • cadency
  • downbeat
  • lilt
  • measure
  • meter
  • metre
  • periodicity
  • regularity
  • rhyme
  • time
  • uniformity
  • rise and fall
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How to use rhythms in a sentence

Rarely indeed are his rhythms uniform, while they frequently shift from line to line.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 5, SLICE 2VARIOUS
Strange involuntary rhythms swung through my spirit and body.
TRAMPING ON LIFEHARRY KEMP
The latter is a composition of the literary German with dialectic forms, and his rhythms are halting, his ideas one-sided.
THE HISTORY OF YIDDISH LITERATURE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURYLEO WIENER
Everything she heard wandered off into melodies, melted into harmonies, divided itself up into rhythms.
THE DEVOURERSANNIE VIVANTI CHARTRES
Of course scales must be carefully studied, with various accents, rhythms and tonal dynamics; arpeggios also.
PIANO MASTERYHARRIETTE BROWER
How these modern composers vary their rhythms, sometimes three or four different ones going at once!
PIANO MASTERYHARRIETTE BROWER
It seems as though music has said all it can say along consonant lines, and regular rhythms.
PIANO MASTERYHARRIETTE BROWER
Just at present our young people are going mad over ragtimes, apparently because syncopated rhythms are new to them.
A TREATISE ON PARENTS AND CHILDRENGEORGE BERNARD SHAW
There brilliancy is attained by huge choruses and vigorous orchestration and rhythms that continually verge on the vulgar.
RICHARD WAGNERJOHN F. RUNCIMAN
The rhythms of Skelton, of Surrey, and Wyatt, were produced on alien and narrower lines.
ADVENTURES IN CRITICISMSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
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