1. not rhythmic; irregular in beat or accent
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  • Rackingly above the crash and lilt of music, the quick, wild thud of dancing feet, the sharp, staccato notes of laughter -- she heard the dull, heavy, unrhythmical tread of the oncoming years -- gray years, limping eternally from to-morrow on, through unloved lands, on unloved errands. Little Eve Edgarton
  • It does not follow that the music was unrhythmic because it was unaccented, and because in writing it was not divided into bars. Wagner's "Tristan und Isolde"; an essay on the Wagnerian drama
  • Such children are unrhythmic, and it will generally be noticed that these children are stiff and awkward, often also over-excitable. The Eurhythmics of Jaques-Dalcroze
  • The constant banging of unrhythmic cymbals got to our nerves quite quickly. New York: A Weekend of Fusion
  • It may make some strange shapes and unrhythmic movements but go with it! Potsdamer Strasse #2
  • Nor, again, if the action be high-wrought, above the measure of man's ordinary activity, can it find expression in the unrhythmical language [9] which corresponds to that ordinary activity. An Estimate of the Value and Influence of Works of Fiction in Modern Times
  • Gasping and crying for the strength of an unrhythmic breath that was short and erratic. GYPSY MASALA
  • He began merrily, and in no time had us both laughing; I think the first air which he tortured to fit his unrhymed and unrhythmical words belonged once to Mozart, but I am not sure. We Three
  • In the Pit's small space the loud and unrhythmic declamation was too loud and too clipped.
  • [9] The language of prose is not necessarily unrhythmical, nor is it always commonplace, as witness, for example, the more moving and imaginative passages of the English Bible. An Estimate of the Value and Influence of Works of Fiction in Modern Times
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