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A person who uses or is expert in rhythm. Formerly also: †= "rhymist". Now also: a member of a rhythm section.
Late 18th century; earliest use found in William Enfield (1741–1797), Unitarian minister. From rhythm + -ist. With use in sense ‘rhymist’ compare rhythm and discussion at that entry.
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