Definition of Rhythmist

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rhythmist

rhythmi
rhythmic
rhythmic chorea
rhythmic gesture
rhythmic gestures
rhythmic gymnastics
rhythmic pattern
rhythmic unit
rhythmic units
rhythmical
rhythmically
rhythmicities
rhythmicity
rhythmics
rhythming
rhythmist (current term)
rhythmists
rhythmite
rhythmites
rhythmization
rhythmizations
rhythmize
rhythmized
rhythmizes
rhythmizing
rhythmless
rhythmlessly
rhythmometer
rhythmometers
rhythms

Literary usage of Rhythmist

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1. The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by Thomas Humphry Ward (1916)
"... he had considered life acutely and severely: as a rhythmist he proceeded from none and has had no successor ; his vocabulary is of its kind incomparable ..."

2. Victorian Poets by Edmund Clarence Stedman (1915)
"a1 rhythmist, was warranted in undertaking to write "The Earthly Paradise," broad- as it is in scope, and extended to the enormous length of forty thousand ..."

3. The English Poets: Selections by Thomas Humphry Ward, Matthew Arnold (1880)
"... he was an indefatigable observer; he knew opinions well, and books even better; he had considered life acutely and severely: as a rhythmist he proceeded ..."

4. A History of English Prosody from the Twelfth Century to the Present Day by George Saintsbury (1908)
"... and rhythmist, though he had not such a command of lyrical music as Campion himself. Moreover, he was really " a scholar and a gentleman "—one who knew, ..."

5. The Advance of the English Novel by William Lyon Phelps (1916)
"... rhythmist he proceeded from none and has had no successor; his vocabulary is of its kind in- ..."

6. Victorian Poets: Revised, and Extended, by a Supplementary Chapter, to the by Edmund Clarence Stedman (1887)
"... a rhythmist, was warranted in undertaking to write "The Earthly Paradise," broad as it is in scope, and extended to the enormous length of forty ..."

7. The Advance of the English Novel by William Lyon Phelps (1916)
"... he was an indefatigable observer; he knew opinions well, and books even better; he had considered life acutely and severely; as a rhythmist he proceeded ..."

8. The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by Thomas Humphry Ward (1880)
"... he had considered life acutely and severely: as a rhythmist he proceeded from none and has had no successor ; his vocabulary is of its kind incomparable ..."

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