Synonyms for Cadence:

n.

breakbeat, flourish, descant, accompaniment, counterpoint, excerpt, coda, arpeggio, crescendo. imperative, swing, repetition, tone, quaver, tremor, break, twang, inflection, expression, croak. cadence (noun)
beat, meter, cadency, measure.
communication (noun)
meter, measure, beat.
rhythm (noun)
flow, beat, meter, measure, inflection, swing.

Other synonyms:

arpeggio, accompaniment, excerpt, descant, counterpoint, breakbeat. flourish, crescendo, coda. expression, twang, inflection, quaver. imperative, croak. tone. break. Other relevant words:
descant, excerpt, repetition, inflection, imperative, swing, accompaniment, break, crescendo, flourish, breakbeat, flow, twang, croak, arpeggio, quaver, coda, expression, tone, tremor, counterpoint.

Usage examples for cadence

  1. Awe breathes in the cadence of the words themselves. – Emerson and Other Essays by John Jay Chapman
  2. Verhaeren himself is fond of relating that he has often, and with delight, written poems on railway journeys, and that the cadence of his verse has then been fired by the regular rattle of the train. – Ã‰mile Verhaeren by Stefan Zweig
  3. We repeat, it is very unlucky- this real Simon Pure is in parts the very Man- there is a pernicious likeness in the scenery, a 'pestilent humour' in the rhymes, and an inveterate cadence in some of the Stanzas, that must be lamented. – Letters of John Keats to His Family and Friends by John Keats