metronomical
adjective see metronomic

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  • metronome — metronomic /me treuh nom ik/, metronomical, adj. metronomically, adv. /me treuh nohm /, n. a mechanical or electrical instrument that makes repeated clicking sounds at an adjustable pace, used for marking rhythm, esp. in practicing music. [1810… …   Universalium

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