Noun(1) correspondence in the sounds of two or more lines (especially final sounds(2) a piece of poetry
Verb(1) compose rhymes(2) be similar in sound, especially with respect to the last syllable
(1) As long as it has to do with Twinkies, I don't care if it's an ode, a love poem, a hate poem, a recipe in rhyme or a limerick about what you do with your frozen Twinkies when no one is looking.(2) ├ö├ç├┐gravel├ö├ç├û can be interpreted as an absurd rhyme for ├ö├ç├┐travel├ö├ç├û(3) ├ö├ç├┐It is more of a nonsense rhyme , which is catchy to the children,├ö├ç├û H. Pradeep Pai of the networks says.(4) The final tasks included matching of beginning sounds and ending sounds, awareness of rhyme , and phoneme deletion.(5) Here, then, in honor of April, are books that place the best words in the best possible order: some poetry, some books in rhyme .(6) At least those who were there got a sample of this artist's talent for rhythm and rhyme .(7) This restoration of the poet transpires beyond words, music, and rhyme .(8) poetic features such as rhythm, rhyme, and alliteration(9) Alone, Prospero speaks an epilogue, in rhyme , saying that now that he has no magic powers he needs the audience's indulgent applause to free him.(10) the clues were written in rhyme(11) The design here doesn't need spelling out though it merits some study for the play of rhyme , internal or half-rhyme and repeated vowel shapes is too subtle to take in at a glance.(12) The girls took part in a six-week writing course run by writer and editor Harriet Sharkey and then compiled a series of short stories about savage murders, rap competitions, diving adventures, teachers speaking in rhyme and even pet pigs.(13) Robert Frost thought that ├ö├ç├┐writing poetry without rhyme , is like playing tennis without a net.├ö├ç├û(14) The first two stanzas from his ode The Ancient Town of Leith are a wonderful example of his indifference to nearly everything - other than rhyme - that distinguishes poetry.(15) Frontman Win Butler's lyrics rarely bother to rhyme , allowing their bizarre but always sincere sentiments to reach the ear even more directly.(16) ├ö├ç├┐We omitted the verb to save the rhyme ,├ö├ç├û the singer should say.
(1) nursery rhyme :: vuggevise
1. poem ::
2. piece of poetry ::
3. verse ::
4. poetry ::
5. doggerel ::
6. rime ::
Different Formsrhyme, rhymed, rhymes, rhyming
English to Danish Dictionary: rhyme
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