Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Here be rhymed truth, at least, which can boast of not being poetry.

He had the tin milk pan hung on him like a shield, because it rhymed with man.

And then these extra prayers were printed so prettily, they rhymed so profusely.

Mr. Crabbe continued to write moral stories in rhymed couplets.

Their names I once rhymed for some children of my acquaintance.

He found a rhymed and pictured chap-book greatly to his liking.

There is a set of rhymed rules for the doing of even this trifling act.

The name was Irene, but I put in yours because it rhymed so well.

And then I had to stop, because it ought to have been Laura, and Laure wouldn't have rhymed.

"It wouldn't have rhymed, even if it had been," interrupted Happie, not too patiently.