rhyme[ rahym ]SEE DEFINITION OF rhyme
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RHYME
One of these was "Ole Chariot," perhaps as a rhyme to the name by which they called her.
Well, since rhyming's been my ruin, let me rhyme to the bitter end.
He confessed to me that he was apt to go astray when intent on rhyme.
It was ridiculous, the amount of time she gave to that baby—out of all rhyme and reason.
You should get your gowns to rhyme with your husband's suits.
But do men not only light on a sudden upon the wit but the rhyme too?
For this it is which makes its adversaries say rhyme is not natural!
Is rhyme unnatural from the lips of their peers and paladins?
In this lively style does he pursue his argument in favour of rhyme.
The other reading (waen) is preferred on account of the rhyme.