ca·denceˈkādns/nounnoun: cadence; plural noun: cadences 1.a modulation or inflection of the voice."the measured cadences that he employed in the Senate"synonyms:intonation, modulation, lilt, accent, inflection; Morea modulation in reading aloud as implied by the structure and ordering of words and phrases in written text."the dry cadences of the essay"a fall in pitch of the voice at the end of a phrase or sentence.rhythm."the thumping cadence of the engines" 2. MUSICa sequence of notes or chords comprising the close of a musical phrase."the final cadences of the Prelude"
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