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Sentence count:36Posted:2017-02-08Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: beatcadencymeasuremetermetreSimilar words: decadencedecadentevidencecredenceincidenceresidenceimpudencecoincidenceMeaning: ['keɪdəns]  n. 1. (prosody) the accent in a metrical foot of verse 2. the close of a musical section 3. a recurrent rhythmical series. 
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1. Francie stopped playing in mid cadence.
2. Cadence owner Archie Bleyer, however, was not very enthusiastic about the demo of this raw and primitive instrumental.
3. The cadence of the prose in the short version often emphasises meaning with a more telling precision than in the long version.
4. Above all, Plomer merely touches on the Elizabethan cadence and diction.
5. She could imitate perfectly the cadence of my mother's voice.
5. Wish you can benefit from and make progress everyday!
6. He read the poems with cadence.
7. He liked the relaxed cadence of his retired life.
8. Frances spoke with a soft, musical Edinburgh cadence.
9. Pay attention pause at the end of each cadence.
10. He reads loud, and the tone is in cadence.
11. To feel: The cadence and facial expression on line.
12. The cadence, words, and images will soothe your soul.
13. But you never lost your cadence.
14. His recitation was cadence and full of passion.
15. There was an unfamiliar cadence in her voice.
16. How is your working cadence? Can you quickly suit the new environment?
17. Cadence is shown in trot and canter, and is the result of the proper harmony that a horse shows when it moves with well-marked regularity, impulsion and balance.
18. He counted his cadence of cycling against the sweep second hand on his watch.
19. The Marines, rifles on shoulders, marched in, matching the cadence of a distant pile driver.
20. Vietminh guerrillas, some armed with spears and machetes or, primitive flintlocks, marched to the cadence of gongs and drums.
21. The horse's strides are shorter than in the other canters, without losing elasticity and cadence.
22. Any one may mouth out a passage with a theatrical cadence.
23. The essays are well - arranged and enriched by biblical allusions, metaphors and cadence.
24. A movement with hurried, unlevel or irregular steps, without cadence or spring cannot be called a true piaffe.
25. Ne pouvoir se passer de Paris, marque de b ê tise, ne plus l'aimer signe de d é cadence.
26. The musical beauty, moreover, is shown by the aesthetics of equilibrium, complication, cadence and of circumlocution.
27. Pay attention to the pause at the end of each cadence.
28. On one hand, it is due to his integrated management of picture plane and attention to structural form, reinforcing sense of rhythm and cadence via contrasting and the foil of ink colors.
29. It’s the perfect place for a retired cabinetmaker. It’s relatively quiet except for the buzz of the bees and the occasional cadence of horses galloping in the distance.
30. The concluding part of a phrase or theme ; a cadence.
More similar words: decadencedecadentevidencecredenceincidenceresidenceimpudencecoincidenceconfidenceprovidenceindependencedecadefacadecascadeacademicdeclaration of independenceladenintelligence agencyschadenfreudetendencypresidencyhencefencedenouncesequencescienceabsencecommencelicenceessence
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