(rth"mr or r"-), n. One who writes in rhythm, esp. in poetic rhythm or meter. [R.]
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One now scarce counted a rhythmer, formerly admitted for a poet.
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(-m*kl), } a. [Gr. : cf. L. rhythmicus, F. rhythmique.] Pertaining to, or of the nature of, rhythm
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Day and night
I worked my rhythmic thought.
Mrs. Browning.
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Rhythmical accent. (Mus.) See Accent, n., 6 (c).
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