Definition of Rhythmize

1. [v -MIZED, -MIZING, -MIZES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rhythmize

rhythmic pattern
rhythmic unit
rhythmic units
rhythmical
rhythmically
rhythmicities
rhythmicity
rhythmics
rhythming
rhythmist
rhythmists
rhythmite
rhythmites
rhythmization
rhythmizations
rhythmize (current term)
rhythmized
rhythmizes
rhythmizing
rhythmless
rhythmlessly
rhythmometer
rhythmometers
rhythms
rhythmus
rhytid
rhytide
rhytidectomy
rhytides
rhytidome

Literary usage of Rhythmize

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1. Psychological Review by American Psychological Association (1902)
"... but apart from the actual determination of the values of such limits we should expect that the tendency to rhythmize indifferent sensor}' stimuli, ..."

2. Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association by American philological association (1885)
"The tendency toward rhythm in speech is so strong that the voice will rhythmize just as completely as possible the material supplied to it. ..."

3. The Psychology and Pedagogy of Reading: With a Review of the History of by Edmund Burke Huey (1908)
"... certain letters having the greatest individuality seem to serve as dominating letters, and to some extent break up or "rhythmize" the word. ..."

4. The Psychology and Pedagogy of Reading: With a Review of the History of by Edmund Burke Huey (1908)
"... certain letters having the greatest individuality seem to serve as dominating letters, and to some extent break up or "rhythmize" the word. ..."

5. Aristophanes Clouds by Aristophanes (1915)
"To refuse to rhythmize at all or only vaguely (with _'s and v/s) because of this doubt in details is as over-cautious as if we refused to pronounce Greek ..."

6. Chapters on Greek Metric by Thomas Dwight Goodell (1901)
"Two impulses acted in a certain degree of opposition to each other. One impulse was to rhythmize the syllables of dactyls and spondees ..."

7. Chapters on Greek Metric by Thomas Dwight Goodell (1902)
"As men tend to unite into political communities, so the individual tends to rhythmize everything that he comfortably can. This tendency is not simply a ..."

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