Measure and Rhythm

Measure

Measure noun - The recurrent pattern formed by a series of sounds having a regular rise and fall in intensity.
Usage example: the song's soft, soothing measures make it a good lullaby

Rhythm is a synonym for measure in beat topic. In some cases you can use "Rhythm" instead a noun "Measure", when it comes to topics like repetition, music, metre.

Rhythm

Rhythm noun - The recurrent pattern formed by a series of sounds having a regular rise and fall in intensity.
Usage example: the steady rhythm of the rain falling on the roof
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Synonyms for Rhythm

Measure is a synonym for rhythm in beat topic. You can use "Measure" instead a noun "Rhythm", if it concerns topics such as metre, repetition, music.

Nearby Words: rhythmic, rhythmical, rhythmically

How words are described

good good measure good rhythm
particular particular measure particular rhythm
short short measure short rhythm
certain certain measure certain rhythm
Other adjectives: standard, real, great, main, new.

Both words in one sentence

  • Neoclassical Punk Zydeco Rockabilly Rock'n'roll originated as a mixture of rhythm & blues and country with some blues, gospel, and folk music thrown in for good measure.
  • That One Puzzle Additionally, there were only four states for each measure, so if the notes or rhythm were off in a measure, you could easily fix it.
  • Film / Undercover Brother Hiroshima as a Unit of Measure: The spy camera scans people for levels of "Rhythm" and "401Ks".
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