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Eurythmic

yəˈriT͟Hmik

Adjective

  • (Especially of architecture or art) In or relating to harmonious proportion.
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Example Sentences

“The tapestry had a soothing, eurythmic pattern woven into it.”

“The eurythmic arrangement of his desk offered some peace among the office chaos.”

“A eurythmic balance is struck between the homes and the natural landscape on the lakefront.”

Word Origin

Greek, mid-19th century

Why this word?

Annie Lennox and David A. Stewart made up the popular 1980s British pop duo Eurythmics, most famous for the hit “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This).” Fans might say the Eurythmics’ music was eurythmic — or as harmoniously pleasing to the ears as concentric patterns on a building appear to the eyes.

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