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couplet

/coup·let/ (kup´let) pair (2).

cou·plet

(kŭp'lĕt)
A series of two consecutive premature ventricular contractions.
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UNESCO said the "the lively, impromptu oral poetry known as Tsiattista is often performed to the accompaniment of violin or lute in 'jousts' in which one poet-singer attempts to outdo another with clever verses made up of rhyming couplets.
I'm also picking up a nice line in rhyming couplet witticisms.
WAYNE ROONEY: primed for the World Cup - but not easy to make a rhyming couplet from
A brief, rhyming couplet accompanies each letter of the alphabet, and most entries are followed by a prose explanation of words or terms that may be unfamiliar to a child.
Who else would rap about Dragon Taxis or come up with the classic rhyming couplet of "eeeere mate we're gonna go on holiday, if we do it right the DSS u'll pay" ``Eminem raps about issues that are important to him, like homophobia.
Here, cameras follow Hancock as she sets out to explore her new love of the rhyming couplet, and at the same time revisits her old haunts; travelling to the Dorset coast, the Norfolk Fens, Wiltshire and Southern France.
HEAVYWEIGHTS they may be and the rhyming couplet, "I feel you creepin', I can see you from my shadow.
I had no idea what a rhyming couplet was then, in fact I called it a rhyming cutlet
She could little imagine that the creature she created - simply because she could find nothing else to fit a rhyming couplet - would sell over a million copies in 31 editions worldwide.
But anyone who has strung together a rhyming couplet is a bard in this prosaic age.
As close as damnit to a rhyming couplet, since Tweedle is pronounced like pedal - or medal if you like
While less complex in plot than Shakespeare's work, the Bard's influence can perhaps be discerned in the vivid imagery employed by the characters, and particularly in its final line, a rhyming couplet pondering the vulnerability of kings.