(especially of architecture or art) in or relating to harmonious proportion.
- ‘To overcome difficulty with physical coordination, which was caused by a visual dysfunction, she studied the Dalcroze system of eurhythmic training.’
- ‘Familiar rhythm systems are eurhythmic words, mnemonic words, 1-e-and-a syllables, Kodaly syllables and beat-function syllables.’
Mid 19th century: based on Greek euruthmia (see eurhythmy) + -ic.
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.