eu|rhyth|mics


eu|rhyth|mics
eu|rhyth|mics «yu RIHTH mihks, -RIHTH-», noun.
the art of interpreting in graceful bodily movements the rhythm of musical compositions.

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  • mics — alu·mi·no·ther·mics; eu·ryth·mics; la·rith·mics; mor·phe·mics; os·mics; pho·ne·mics; ra·dio·ther·mics; rhyth·mics; ge·no·mics; pro·te·o·mics; prox·e·mics; eu·rhyth·mics; gra·phe·mics; tag·me·mics; …   English syllables

  • rhyth´mi|cal|ly — rhyth|mi|cal «RIHTH muh kuhl», adjective. 1. having rhythm: »rhythmical speech. 2. of or having to do with rhythm: »rhythmical sound in music. –rhyth´mi|cal|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

  • rhyth|mi|cal — «RIHTH muh kuhl», adjective. 1. having rhythm: »rhythmical speech. 2. of or having to do with rhythm: »rhythmical sound in music. –rhyth´mi|cal|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

  • rhyth´mi|za´tion — rhyth|mize «RIHTH myz», transitive verb, mized, miz|ing. to put into rhythm. –rhyth´mi|za´tion, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • rhyth|mize — «RIHTH myz», transitive verb, mized, miz|ing. to put into rhythm. –rhyth´mi|za´tion, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • MICS — or mics may refer to: * Medical Implant Communication Service, a specification for a frequency band used by medical implants * Member of the Irish Computer Society , a professional qualification / title * Microphones * Multiple Indicator Cluster… …   Wikipedia

  • rhyth|mic|ity — «rihth MIHS uh tee», noun. rhythmic character: »The rhythmicity of the heart is as much a built in feature as the anatomical structure of its cells (Scientific American) …   Useful english dictionary

  • rhyth|mic — «RIHTH mihk», adjective, noun. –adj. = rhythmical: (Cf. ↑rhythmical) »Berto Lardera…gets an almost musical sense of rhythmic movement in his pieces (New Yorker). –n. = rhythmics. (Cf. ↑rhythmics) …   Useful english dictionary


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