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having corresponding sounds especially terminal sounds

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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.
The rondeau has fifteen lines of which two are rentrements (a curtailed, repeating line or refrain) in three stanzas of five, four, and six lines, respectively, rhyming aabba aabR aabbaR (R standing for the rentrement, the first word or phrase of the poem).
Alpha-Mania Adventures, Pirates: Book One, Captain Ray and the Rhyming Pirates" is the rhyming segment of an innovative phonological awareness/phonics program called Alpha-Mania Adventures.
Anyone familiar with hip hop will know that rhyming is an integral part of the genre, to the extent that MCs often refer to their lyrics collectively as rhymes.
A rhyme is defined as rich if the same consonant precedes the rhyming vowels (e.
Hine's poetry is always muscular and dynamic, but kept within the borders of his self-imposed rhyming discipline, it has an additional energy, as if coiled inside a box and ready to spring.
But unlike most poetry, with non-rhyming poetry it's as simple as it says--you can play with the words and you don't have to worry about rhyming.
I wish we never kissed, Cause all you do is snatch my time, Forever trying to Match a rhyme, Go pester someone else's brain, I'm tired of this rhyming game, Rhyming birds.
The subtitle of this book is 'A collection of rhyming poems and the SECRET of how to write rhymes'.
Most rabbits just dig, eat and sleep but the rhyming rabbit, as his name suggests, prefers to compose poetry, much to the annoyance of his friends.
The eager participant has previously adopted the rap moniker 'Shawty Mane' and showed off his rhyming skills on Chris Brown's first rap mixtape, 'Boy In Detention', earlier this year.
This rhyming version of Goldilocks and the Three Bears is sure to be a hit with children who speak Spanish, children who are learning Spanish, readers who love new versions of old stories, and fans of Melissa Sweet's illustrations.
The core of this book is a fifty-one-page essay that asks whether the rhyming patterns in the Zhuangzi--particularly the occurrence of non-canonical rhyming (heyun [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII])--support the notion that the work is a hodgepodge of material by different hands.
According to Murray, abandoning a rigid aural rhyme scheme in favour of a more cerebral rationale broadens the scope of signification that inheres in each pairing: "instead of rhyming 'night' with 'fight', I can 'rhyme' it with any of a series of a [sic] associations.