The horse's breath made puffs of steam as she trotted along the road to the cadence of tinkling bells.
One cannot fail to be struck with the Ciceronian cadence that guides the movement even of his Italian writings.
To be sure the same sound was that very moment perhaps being heard all over the seas, from hundreds of whalemen's look-outs perched as high in the air; but from few of those lungs could that accustomed old cry have derived such a marvellous cadence as from Tashtego the Indian's.
Yet he has a style of language and a cadence of his own, which steal into the heart with strangely soothing power.
When their breath returned to a more normal cadence and they were no longer perspiring, they rose to leave.
After doing some stretching exercises and setting his bike's trip odometer, he began, slowly at first, to swing into his rhythmic cadence of 70 revs per minute, maintaining the pace by shifting gears as the country hills rolled beneath his wheels.
He sat back, a twenty-year-old philosopher, but his cadence said he'd answered the question frequently.
Perhaps they were; or perhaps there might have been shoals of them in the far horizon; but lulled into such an opium-like listlessness of vacant, unconscious reverie is this absent-minded youth by the blending cadence of waves with thoughts, that at last he loses his identity; takes the mystic ocean at his feet for the visible image of that deep, blue, bottomless soul, pervading mankind and nature; and every strange, half-seen, gliding, beautiful thing that eludes him; every dimly-discovered, uprising fin of some undiscernible form, seems to him the embodiment of those elusive thoughts that only people the soul by continually flitting through it.
The cadence and view of life changed, and people began to think the future was not going to be better than the past.
With all other thoughts lulled from his mind by the steady cadence of the wheels, he moved step by step through every facet of the Byrne case.