Thesaurus / rime
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This coated the entire upper surface of the ship with a layer of rime ice.

The stanza itself is identical with our rime royal, if we count the couplet in the place of the seventh line.

Finally, the verse used in the tail-rhyme staves (rime coue) must be mentioned.

The translation reproduces the stanza and rime form of the original.

The "rime royal" stanza is one of Chaucer's contributions to English verse, and about 14,000 lines of his poetry are in this form.

English VerseRaymond MacDonald Alden, Ph.D.

The short lines are built more with a view to rime than to sense.

As for Hightown she saw it frozen deep in snow like Jotunheim, and rime lay on it like a place long dead.

There is no rime, but sometimes a couplet may mark the close of an idea.

(a) In some metrical arrangements of foreign origin the rimes recur at irregular intervals, or there is no rime at all.

A thin haze hung about them heavy with rime, and they could not see more than a quarter of a mile ahead.

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