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cadence

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  • n  (prosody) the accent in a metrical foot of verse
  • n  the close of a musical section
  • n  a recurrent rhythmical series

  • A natural storyteller, he speaks with a relaxed cadence and unhurried confidence, peppering his remarks with humor. .
  • Held high by marchers stepping to the slow cadence of three drums, the bobbing lights moved down Market Street, their brilliance growing as the grieving crowd multiplied.
  • There's a sly hipster syncopation to his cadence, "Been stuck there for a while.
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  • Tony Romo in USA Today
    Just knowing that going in helps everybody, just the ability to know,Romo said. "It will be better for Brad to get all the O-linemen into his cadence and to do different things of that nature."
  • Sherri Coale in ESPN
    I thought she had a rhythm and cadence about her that kept them off balance and kept them from being able to predict what she was going to do,Coale said.
  • Lane Kiffin in ESPN
    Quarterbacks don't operate well under pressure, feeling that they're going to get pulled all the time,Kiffin said. "If you switch quarterbacks, the cadence is different. The huddle is different. You never create a real rhythm, and you...

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