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

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She composed a number of sacred legendae, in leonine or rhymed hexameters.
Dryden, at this time, was favourable to rhymed tragedies, which his practice supported.
I never could make out so much as its Calendar; but the songs about the saints and rhymed hours are very pretty.
Urania, of 1846, was self-described as A Rhymed Lesson and affected to be nothing more.
A short extract from these rhymed verses will be found on pp. 173-75.
That little pink ear of hers has been rhymed in a hundred sonnets—ear and tear and fear and near and dear.
HINTS TO PILGRIMSCHARLES STEPHEN BROOKS
How could you possibly have rhymed when—I am the missing lines of your verse?
THE SICK-A-BED LADYELEANOR HALLOWELL ABBOTT
Secondly, the larger unity into which the verses enter is not in many cases a unity made up exclusively of rhymed verses.
Two of its species, the rhymed heroic play and the rehandling of Shakespeare Tragedy.
At times Dryden's rapidity and vigor almost justify the rhymed couplets and redeem the absurdities of the conventions.
TRAGEDYASHLEY H. THORNDIKE