Eurythmy Eu"ryth*my, n. [L. eurythmia, Gr. ?; e'y^ well + ? rhythm, measure, proportion, symmetry: cf. F. eurythmie.] 1. (Fine Arts) Just or harmonious proportion or movement, as in the composition of a poem, an edifice, a painting, or a statue. [1913 Webster]

2. (Med.) Regularly of the pulse. [1913 Webster]

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