band instruments, as drums or bass, that supply rhythm rather than harmony or melody.
the group of players in a band who play such instruments.
those instruments in a band or group (usually piano, double bass, and drums) whose prime function is to supply the rhythm
noun 1. a small wooden stick used, especially by a child, as a simple percussive instrument in learning the rudiments of musical rhythm.
[rit-i-dek-tuh-mee] /ˌrɪt ɪˈdɛk tə mi/ noun, plural rhytidectomies. 1. face-lift. rhytidectomy rhyt·i·dec·tomy (rĭt’ĭ-děk’tə-mē) n. See face-lift.
rhytidoplasty rhyt·i·do·plas·ty (rĭt’ĭ-dō-plās’tē) n. See face-lift.
rhytidosis rhyt·i·do·sis (rĭt’ĭ-dō’sĭs) n. A condition in which the face wrinkles to a degree disproportionate to age. A condition in which the cornea of the eye becomes lax and wrinkled. Also called rutidosis.
noun, plural rhyta [rahy-tuh] /ˈraɪ tə/ (Show IPA) 1. an ancient Greek drinking horn, made of pottery or metal, having a base in the form of the head of a woman or animal. noun (pl) -ta (-tə) 1. (in ancient Greece) a horn-shaped drinking vessel with a hole in the pointed end through which to […]