Definition of Rhythms

1. Noun. (plural of rhythm) ¹



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Definition of Rhythms

1. rhythm [n] - See also: rhythm

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rhythms

rhythming
rhythmist
rhythmists
rhythmite
rhythmites
rhythmization
rhythmizations
rhythmize
rhythmized
rhythmizes
rhythmizing
rhythmless
rhythmlessly
rhythmometer
rhythmometers
rhythms (current term)
rhythmus
rhytid
rhytide
rhytidectomy
rhytides
rhytidome
rhytidomes
rhytidoplasty
rhytidosis
rhytidosis retinae
rhytids
rhytina
rhytinas
rhyton

Literary usage of Rhythms

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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1899)
"Other examples will suggest themselves. Not only does every simple activity have its own natural rhythms ; combinations of activities have rhythms ..."

2. Psychology, General Introduction by Charles Hubbard Judd (1917)
"When the student of such prose arrives by laborious analysis at some knowledge of the rhythms which it contains, he is not creating rhythms, ..."

3. The Growth of the Brain: A Study of the Nervous System in Relation to Education by Henry Herbert Donaldson (1895)
"PHYSIOLOGICAL rhythms. Dependence of the central system—Distribution of blood—Physiological rhythms—The greater cycles—rhythms of the species and the ..."

4. The Republic of Plato by Plato, Benjamin Jowett (1881)
"Next in order to harmonies, rhythms will naturally follow, and they should be subject to the same rules, for we ought not to have complex or manifold ..."

5. A Greek Grammar for Schools and Colleges by James Hadley, Frederic De Forest Allen (1885)
"Much rarer are the real cretic rhythms, in which the cretic (or, by resolution, the first or fourth paeon) stands as the fundamental foot. ..."

6. Of the Origin and Progress of Language by James Burnett Monboddo (1787)
"Examples given in the Greek Lyric poetry, of rhythms that do not appear to be regular or ... That there are fuch rhythms in profe, ..."

7. Modern Music and Musicians by Louis Charles Elson (1918)
"CHAPTER VII rhythms Structure and rhythms—Grammatical and Oratorical Accents —The Bar-line—Various Time-Signatures—Contrasts in Rhythm—Liking for Rhythm ..."

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