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Synonyms for rime

ice crystals forming a white deposit (especially on objects outside)

Related Words

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

compose rhymes

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Identify the rime or a word you know that ends like that
Treiman (1992) expresses the standard 'hierarchical' model in which there is a division into individual syllables, each containing an onset and a rime (see Figure 1(a)).
It is to be hoped that the considerable interest shown in Ariosto's Rime by the contributors to this volume will encourage the production of a definitive critical edition of this important work.
He called both Italy and Provence "bel paese" (Italy, Rime 146, v.
Parker has taken a step that ought to invite more interest in a major literary corpus, beginning with a reliable edition of Bronzino's Rime.
Furthermore, many counselors are not able to devote all of their rime to school counseling programs; recent findings indicated that, on the average, school counselors spend 25% of their time on nonguidance activities (Burnham & Jackson, 2000).
By the rime she founded Atlanta-based Matthews Consulting Group L.
Aragon n'a mis en avant que dans un second temps, dans La Lecon de Riberac (juin 1941) puis dans la preface aux Yeux d'Elsa, Arma virumque cano (datee de fevrier 1942), les ressources proprement ideologiques que pouvait offrir la rime en tant que fondement d'une poesie nationale.
Rime, which was co-commissioned by the National Theatre, is a devised work by Roundhouse and Jackson's Lane associate artists Square Peg Contemporary Circus which combines circus, theatre and dance.
Francesca Turini Bufalini (1553-1641) published two books during her lifetime: Rime spirituali sopra i Misteri del Santissimo Rosario (Roma: Gigliotti, 1595) and Rime (Citta di Castello: Molinelli, 1627 and 1628).
Relative rime to pregnancy among HIV-infected and uninfected women in the Women's Interagency HIV Study, 2002-2009.
Popular wisdom presumes blending is easiest when the segments of words are whispered and when syllables are broken into onset and rime rather than fully segmented.
Dante Alighieri, Rime, a cura di Domenico De Robertis, voll.
RIMES, the provider of managed data services and regtech solutions for the buyside, has won the 'Best Middle-Office Initiative' category at the American Financial Technology Awards (AFTAs), the company said.
Eddie Cibrian has had enough of ex-wife Brandi Glanville's made-up drama about his current wife, LeAnn Rimes.