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beat musical rhythm. [1/9 definitions]
chant words spoken in rhythm over and over on a single pitch. [1/4 definitions]
in step moving to a rhythm with another person.
lyric relating to poetry that has a musical rhythm and often expresses private feelings and thoughts. [1/3 definitions]
measure a unit of rhythm in music; bar. [1/7 definitions]
music sound with tones and rhythm that can be listened to and enjoyed. Music can be made by voices or instruments. [1/4 definitions]
poem a piece of writing, often with words that rhyme and have a particular rhythm. Poems usually have imaginative language that expresses strong feeling.
ragtime a form of music developed in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century in America. Ragtime was a popular kind of music with a bouncy rhythm, usually written for the piano.
rhythmic having a rhythm; relating to rhythm; rhythmical.
rhythmical having to do with rhythm. [2 definitions]
step a fixed pace, rhythm, or pattern used in dancing or other types of movement. [1/8 definitions]
swing a steady rhythm in music. [1/10 definitions]
tap dance a dance in which the dancer uses the foot, heel, or toe to tap out a rhythm. Tap dancers wear special shoes to sound the taps.
time a speed or type of rhythm or movement. [1/15 definitions]
waltz a piece of music composed for this dance or in its rhythm. [1/3 definitions]