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Synonyms for rhymed

having corresponding sounds especially terminal sounds

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Moreover, by discarding the rondeau's unrhymed rentrements in favor of rhymed ones, Swinburne increased the repetition, thus making the roundel less "random" and more regular, which in turn decreases readers' surprise and increases their auguries of recurrence.
In rhymed texts, *-a can easily rhyme with *-ga (/g/ can be either [g] or [k]).
Specifically, rhyming connects to reading as phonetically regular rhymed words are attached to print (Gillon, 2004; Goswami, 2001; Goswami & Bryant, 1992; Torgesen, Al Otaiba, & Grek, 2005; Treiman, 1992).
On "Irish rats rhymed to death," Brewer says: "It was once a prevalent opinion that rats in pasturages could be extirpated by anathematising them in rhyming verse or by metrical charms.
Apart from some flawed attempts at palindromic limericks, I know of only three published examples of longer-than-quatrain-length, end-to-end-palindromic rhymed verse; two are by Lindon, and are included in his article "A Wry Look at Palindromic Verse" in the November 1972 Word Ways.
Furthermore, the translators skillfully employ rhyme whenever the original Italian is rhymed, and the result is pleasing to the ear and faithful to the original's sound and sense.
Most of the 4-year-olds were able to recognize words that rhymed, as well as words that shared similar beginning sounds.
Always valued above the store-bought greeting card in our family were elaborate handmade productions with original verse--typically, a rhymed toast that combined sentiment, humorous observation and respect.
This poem, variously dated from the eighth century to the tenth, has puzzled critics because its sustained use of rhyme is so untypical of Old English verse, and some have argued that the poem is the only surviving example of a school of such rhymed poetry.
An Italian verse form in chain - rhymed tercets, the second line of each stanza rhyming with the first and third of the next.