(1) It may seem that way, but their dialogue is not written for a particular cadence .(2) She walks the earth with a heavy confidence, an irrepressible swagger and cadence , due to those nighttime reflections.(3) The rhythmic cadence of the poetry was not the iambic pentameter or other such metrical patterns but free verse with words scattered randomly across the printed page.(4) ├ö├ç├┐Of course, you know, you lose a little square footage in commercial space,├ö├ç├û the man assured me with a sort of trailing off cadence .(5) He rode, his legs firing out the familiar high cadence .(6) They have cadence and a rhythm together, moving together easily, even in tight spaces.(7) He also should constantly be developing an ear for the cadence and inflection of the languages.(8) Gotta head to work with my beloved bike. I have adjusted my saddle and it's about 1.5CM higher than before, it is feeling good, the current position seems to facilitate better cadence .(9) ├ö├ç├┐When she came past me she was definitely pedalling a much bigger gear with a much slower cadence ,├ö├ç├û she said.(10) Her voice was the same, but the cadence and inflection of speech was entirely Karen's.(11) After a training ride, the group analyzes his power output, average speed, distance, heart rate, cadence , and time, then adjusts the champ's workouts accordingly.(12) the thumping cadence of the engines(13) He might have missed it, for, even beneath the powerful eye of the scope, steadily beating in slow cadence , it was no larger than a speck.(14) The author constructs a narrative that closely resembles poetry in its cadence , verse structure and imagery.(15) He asks short questions but gives long answers, and there's something vaguely patrician about the cadence of his speech.(16) Talking normally, even to a very young child, helped it to gradually gain understanding of the cadence of normal speech.