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Spell check of rhythm

Correct spelling: rhythm

Synonyms:
feature, pulse, bout, clangor, grumble, nature, musicality, rhythm method, aspect, turn, heartbeat, troll, palpitation, perfect pitch, in time, pulsation, one shot, round of golf, column, hertz, cycle, peculiarity, daily round, cadency, cadence, standard, orthodoxy, beatnik, custom, frequency, rung, coloration, argyle, crackling, calendar method of birth control, discord, arrangement, stave, swing, property, regular recurrence, steadiness, regularity, musical, euphony, arabesque, array, tradition, voice, recurrence, chronology, component, buzz, metre, vacillation, factor, lilt, speech rhythm, cycles/second, quality, undulation, din, conventionality, vibration, chord, calendar method, round of drinks, libration, drumroll, round, oscillation, flap, check, read, cps, alternation, harmony, hum, harmonic motion, articulation, predominance, configuration, knock, unit of ammunition, routine, facet, resonance, mode, musical rhythm, bike, drone, fluctuation, periodicity, monotony, universality, meter, music, wheel, cycle per second, repetition, beat, normality, drumming, circle, constancy, background noise, pitch, throb, rhythm method of birth control, crescendo, dissonance, verse, wave, measure, bicycle, tremor.

Examples of usage:

1) When I take a survey of the Universe and find all things running in the rhythm of order and harmony, I ask myself the question: What is it that produces this universal order and harmony? - "Memoirs of Orange Jacobs", Orange Jacobs.

2) He stooped and cautiously lowered himself into the boat, which rose and fell in a gentle rhythm against the sea- wall. - "Command", William McFee.

3) I shall consider the question of how much, or rather how little, the element of rhythm or any other pattern is essential in determining the nature of poetry. - "The Literature of Ecstasy", Albert Mordell.

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