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noun as in poetry in which lines end with like sounds


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He talked about sharing poems with kindergartners, and how much kids love it when you tell them to just have fun, make some rhymes, and be silly.

So many of the 140 lyricists who entered, some of them with a dozen or more songs each, offered songs that cleverly echoed the originals, and matched or even improved on the originals’ rhyme scheme.

This addresses matters of length, structure, source music, rhyme and meter — what works best for a contest whose results are mostly read in text.

The older boy would sing a little rhyme about a dog and a hunter in the woods.

“There was really no rhyme or reason to why somebody who was caught with crack cocaine was subject to imprisonment many, many times more severe than people who were found with soft cocaine,” says Virani.

One song interweaves adult themes into nursery rhyme cadence.

So too, without the benefit of a rhyme, is "fix it, don't repeal it."

Like, “Yeah this will be crazy to rhyme on alright lets loop it up.”

Bruni told NPR last summer that she changed the name because it was easier to rhyme.

While it may “rhyme” a bit, Syria has its own particular dynamics.

I don't exactly see how I could have been, considering I never made a rhyme in my life!

The sixth line is in these words: “Keeping time, time, time, in a sort of Runic rhyme.”

It was about a trifle, some little thing that she had put into rhyme for him; how many rhymes she had written for him this summer!

The most amusing point in it is, that the author seriously intended the lines to rhyme.

We passed through Banbury, whose cross, famous in nursery rhyme, is only modern.

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On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rhyme, such as: cadence, poem, poetry, rhythm, tune, and verse.

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