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Synonyms for rhyme



Synonyms for rhyme

a poetic work or poetic works

Synonyms for rhyme

compose rhymes

be similar in sound, especially with respect to the last syllable

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Rounds include Mime the Rhyme, with a celeb describing a well-known name and the other miming a rhyming action and News at Len, where our host reads out fictional news stories and the teams guess the rhyming headline that goes with each.
8) According to this tradition of criticism, rather than Swinburne mastering rhyme, rhyme mastered Swinburne, so that his later verse became cliched.
In an introduction that begins with the all-caps assertion "WE LIVE IN A RHYME DRENCHED era," Caplan demonstrates how rhymes abound in popular music, and indeed many facets of modern American life, referring to what he calls "contemporary rhyming culture" (1).
In spite of substantial advances in the study of stress-based meters in traditions such as English and Russian and a well-established consensus on the typology of rhyme across European traditions, very little is known about how rhythm and rhyme are related.
Diary," Hine offers a study of his relationship with British Columbia, showing both sophistication and a sense of humor: "Later, confronted with the paradox of free / Verse, I trade my meaning for a rhyme.
A treasury of nursery rhymes from around the English-speaking world, illustrated by celebrated artists also from all over the world, this is a unique and truly beautiful book.
Half for You and Half for Me: Best-Loved Nursery Rhymes and the Stories Behind Them
A rhyme correspondence is a relatively strict and composite rule of inter-linguistic sound correlations.
Rhyme also belongs to the expressive forms of poetry; through its relation to the whole, rhyme becomes an important element of a text's poetic style and thereby achieves its special status and meaning in the system of its linguistic means of expression.
On that list were several nursery rhyme books and many of what might be called the classics.
Everybody was worried that it might mess up the integrity of Bet but I was like, '(As) long as he got a dope rhyme, let him spit'," Contactmusic quoted him as saying.
Think of the alliteration in 'Goosey, Goosey Gander' or the onomatopoeia in 'Baa Baa Black Sheep' and rhyme in: 'Twinkle, twinkle little star, How I wonder what you are.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-September 20, 2011-HTC unveils HTC Rhyme phone, introduced exclusively with Verizon Wireless(C)1994-2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Sometimes, the Spanish words rhyme with Spanish words; sometimes, Spanish and English rhyme, and sometimes, English rhymes with English.
com, Murray claims his thought-rhymes were born out of his distaste for the "faux Elizabethan sing-song sound that comes from the linguistic acrobatics necessary to complete the rhyme contract" (Couture).