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Spell Check of rhythm

Correct spelling: rhythm

Common misspellings for rhythm:

rhythmn, rythym, rhythem, rythmn, rthymn, rthym.

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This graph shows how "rhythm" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for rhythm:

  1. Great speeches in public bodies rarely came up to his severe and simple standard of taste; and I do not think that he was sensible in a very high degree of the minor elegancies of rhythm and the harmony of words. –  by
  2. Then, with her startling suddenness, she rushed at them, and swung herself, it seemed to Ransome, with an increased abandonment, a wilder rhythm and motion; and when she raised her body like an arch, far- stretching and wide- planted, it seemed to him that it rose higher and stretched farther and wider than before, that there was, in fact, something preposterous in her attitude. –  by
  3. The girl's head remained steadily lowered over the papers on her knee, but he saw her foot swinging in nervous rhythm and he was conscious of her silent impatience at something or other, perhaps at the interruption in their business discussion. –  by

Quotes for rhythm:

  1. Insane sects grow with the same rhythm as big organizations. It is the rhythm of total destruction.
  2. Our repertoire consisted of rhythm and blues, sort of country rhythm and blues, Sonny Terry things.
  3. The biggest challenge for me was Get Rhythm. I don't know why.
  4. I love Ruth Brown, not just her singing, but Ruth Brown has more girl power than anyone, because she fought hard against people who ripped her off and then helped other artists through the Rhythm and Blues Foundation.
  5. I work very hard on all my poems, but most of the work consists of trying not to sound as if I had worked. I try to make them sound as natural as possible, but within a quite strict form, which to my ears has a lot to do with musical rhythm and sound.
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