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rhythmic

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Etymology

From Ancient Greek ῥύθμικος (rhythmikos), from ῥυθμός (rhuthmos), measured flow or movement, symmetry, rhythm) < ῥέω (rheō), flow, run, stream, gush), + adjective suffix -ικος (-ikos).

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Adjective

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Positive
rhythmic

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  1. Of or relating to rhythm.
  2. Characterized by rhythm.
  3. Written in verse, especially rhyming verse.
  4. With regular, repetitive motion or sound.

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