- eu|rhyth|mic «yu RIHTH mihk, -RIHTH-», adjective.1. of or having to do with eurhythmics.2. of or having to do with well-arranged proportion, especially in architecture. Also, eurythmic.–eu|rhyth´mi|cal|ly, adverb.
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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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a|rhyth|mic — «uh RIHTH mihk, RIHTH », adjective. = arrhythmic. (Cf. ↑arrhythmic) –a|rhyth´mi|cal|ly, adverb … Useful english dictionary
ar|rhyth|mic — «uh RIHTH mihk, RIHTH », adjective. irregular; not rhythmic. Also, arhythmic. –ar|rhyth´mi|cal|ly, adverb … Useful english dictionary
dys|rhyth|mic — «dihs RIHTH mihk, RIHTH », adjective. of or having to do with dysrhythmia … Useful english dictionary
bi|o|rhyth|mic — «BY oh rihTH mihk», adjective. of or having to do with biorhythm … Useful english dictionary
id|i|or|rhyth|mic — «IHD ee uh RIHTH mihk», adjective. 1. (of a Greek Orthodox monastery or convent) consisting of self governing members; having each member regulate his own manner of life. 2. belonging to such a monastery or convent. ╂[< Late Greek… … Useful english dictionary
i|so|rhyth|mic — «Y suh RIHTH mihk», adjective. of or characterized by isorhythm: »This is an isorhythmic passacaglia, and a dazzling example of…contrapuntal virtuosity and general technical mastery (Listener) … Useful english dictionary
pol|y|rhyth|mic — «POL ee RIHTH mihk», adjective. having or using different rhythms simultaneously … Useful english dictionary