Correct spelling for RYTHMIC

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Possible correct spellings for rythmic

  • Rhythm
  • These changing irregular vibrations offer an obstacle to any fresh vibration coming from outside, and, in order to render the bodies susceptible to the higher influences, sounds are used which reduce the irregular vibrations to a steady rhythm, like in its nature to the rhythm of the intelligence sought to be reached.

  • Rhythmical
  • He struck it with exquisite accuracy from a wide, free-handed rhythmical swing of his hammer.

  • Rhythms
  • That children may learn music properly, it is necessary that they should not be employed in those parts of it which are the objects of dispute between the masters in that science; nor should they perform such pieces as are wondered at from the difficulty of their execution; and which, from being first exhibited in the public games, are now become a part of education; but let them learn so much of it as to be able to receive proper pleasure from excellent music and rhythms; and not that only which music must make all animals feel, and also slaves and boys, but more.

  • Rhythmic
  • The road wandered from our rambling log-house up the stony bed of a creek, past wheat and corn, until we could hear dimly across the fields a rhythmic cadence of song,-soft, thrilling, powerful, that swelled and died sorrowfully in our ears.

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