Definition of Regular recurrence

1. Noun. Recurring at regular intervals.

Exact synonyms: Rhythm
Generic synonyms: Cyclicity, Periodicity
Specialized synonyms: Cardiac Rhythm, Heart Rhythm
Derivative terms: Rhythmic, Rhythmical



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Literary usage of Regular recurrence

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1. Evangeline, a Tale of Acadie by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1897)
"In poetry the regular recurrence is called metre or rhythm, the former being a ... In English, rhythm is the regular recurrence of accented syllables among ..."

2. Shelburne Essays by Paul Elmer More (1904)
"Here the equal measurement of time is determined: (i) by the regular recurrence of syllables distinguished in length, ..."

3. Shelburne Essays by Paul Elmer More (1904)
"Here the equal measurement of time is determined: (i) by the regular recurrence of syllables distinguished in length, in which case the rhythm may be called ..."

4. Verse Writing: A Practical Handbook for College Classes and Private Guidance by William Herbert Carruth (1917)
"The regular recurrence of initial sounds is called "alliteration," once a ... The regular recurrence of words at other places than the end of a stanza may ..."

5. Educational Aims and Methods: Lectures and Addresses by Joshua Girling Fitch (1900)
"For example our English verse is distinguished, as to its metrical structure, by the symmetrical arrangement of its lines, by the regular recurrence of ..."

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