- Having a regular rhythm or pattern.
- Relating to rhythm.
Late middle english: from old french rythmical or late latin rhythmicus, from greek rhythmos "measured flow or movement".
- The song had a rhythmical beat that was easy to dance to.
- He spoke in a rhythmical and mesmerizing way.
- The poem had a rhythmical flow to it.
- The dancers moved in a rhythmical pattern.
- He played the drums with a rhythmical precision.