intoned, syncopated, beating, measured, lilting, swinging, danceable, cadenced, singsong, balanced, pulsing, metric, pulsating, musical, repetition, throbbing, rhythmical, tripping, metrical, chantlike, cadent, swingy, jazzy
recurrent (part of speech: adjective)
regular (part of speech: adjective)
everyday, monotonous, habitual, orthodox, cyclical, commonplace, normal, continual, constant, standard, familiar, epochal, chronic, periodic, steady, stock, frequent, ordinary, accustomed, general, average, prevailing, predominating, recurrent, regular, metronomic, routine, conventional, universal, traditional, common, customary, mundane, usual, canonical
- If that's what you call rhythmic dancing, give me the good old- fashioned sort! - "The Head Girl at the Gables", Angela Brazil.
- Yet I know not any charm That can make the fleeting time Of thy sylvan, faint alarm Suit itself to human rhyme: And my yearning rhythmic word, Does thee grievous wrong, dear bird. - "Rose and Roof-Tree Poems", George Parsons Lathrop.
- The trick is to keep the bubbling melted cheese in rhythmic motion with the fork, both up and down and around and around. - "The Complete Book of Cheese", Robert Carlton Brown.