The ragtime had a cracked, heartbroken rhythm as though it were a one-step of despair
I could be distracted: there were phone calls and deadlines and a rhythm to be swept into
because of the quickening rhythm of life and work, people's demand for convenience foods has become more and more pressing.
Their talk includes rhythm and rhyming words as well as tongue twisters, which often make the audience applaud.
This normal variation in rhythm is known AS sinus arrhythmia
The soothing rhythm of running water gently beating down on pebbles or bamboos can uplift one's spirits AS it symbolises a vital source of life.
Having fixed rhythm and meASure,AS in music;mensural.
A type of popular music combining elements of jazz,blues,and soul and characterized by syncopated rhythm and a heavy,repetitive Bass line.
Musical training is a more potent instrument than any other, Because rhythm and harmony find their way into the inward places of the soul.——Plato
The producer ] has crafted backgrounds which perfectly showcase the singer's ] vocals and driving rhythm guitar(Elijah Wald.