Definition of Rhythmal
1. resembling rhythm [adj] - See also: rhythm
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rhythmal
Literary usage of Rhythmal
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Specimens of Modern English Literary Criticism by William Tenney Brewster (1907)
"... of rhythmal disintegration and reintegration. Again, Professor Stringham charges Poe with showing " fundamental ien ..."
2. Matter and Energy by Frederick Soddy (1911)
"But there is no rhythmal or periodic succession of waves as in light. The bombardment of the anti-cathode by the electrons which produces the X-ray is, ..."
3. Specimens of Modern English Literary Criticism: Chosen and Ed., with an by William Tenney Brewster (1907)
"There is no such contradiction in the case; and if there were it would be equally chargeable against Mr. Spencer's theory of rhythmal disintegration and ..."
4. Medico-Chirurgical Transactions by Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London (1865)
"... either by the sudden cessation of all movements in these muscles which it enforces, thereby interrupting the regular rhythmal action of the dilators of ..."