Such antique things as the cyclic form or community of themes are not to be expected in Schoenberg's bright lexicon of anarchy.
Another fact strikes the observer: the cyclic march of evolution.
The changes in distribution of land which have taken place during earth history have been cyclic.
But we now see it was beyond any doubt part of a cyclic work.
Again some cyclic factor in the situation remains to be worked out.
In the latter case the motion is said to be cyclic, in the former acyclic.
A cyclic or gyrostatic system is characterized by the following properties.
The atmospheric changes may have been either progressive or cyclic, or both.
cyclic Poets, poets who after Homer's death caught the contagion of his great poem and wrote continuations, additions, &c.
It is in the cyclic poems that we should naturally seek for materials to enlarge, expound, or correct Homer.
cyclic cy·clic (sī'klĭk, sĭk'lĭk) or cy·cli·cal (sī'klĭ-kəl, sĭk'lĭ-kəl)
Relating to or characterized by cycles.
Recurring or moving in cycles.
Relating to chemical compounds having atoms arranged in a ring or closed-chain structure.