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rhyme

(rīm)
1. Correspondence in sound of the ends of words, e.g., smell, well, and foretell.
2. A poem in rhyme.
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In this new gameshow, he'll be swapping tangos for tongue-twisters, waltzes for wordplay and the rumba for rhyming as contestants try to find rhymes in all sorts of places.
Partners in Rhyme is based on an original idea by Matt Edmondson he called Obama Llama.
In this late-Victorian culture of rhyme, and a quarter-century after first experimenting with Villon's fixed forms, Swinburne reworked Villon's rondeau to invent his "roundel," publishing A Century of Roundels in 1883.
This follows a debate some months ago in this column that showed even households can be split: I rhyme it with gone while my wife Maria prefers to rhyme it with bone.
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Objective: The objective of the present research proposal is to outline a general theory of the rhyme which might fully explain the meaning of such a device, filling a very significant gap in metrics and literary theory.
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The rapper Murs sums up the essence of this art: "I've never come to a point where I couldn't express how I feel and make it rhyme at the same time.
In this article, we address one such problem--the interaction between rhythm (stress patterns internal to the poetic line) and rhyme (repetition of line endings)--on the basis of an in-depth statistical study of the Onegin stanza, a poetic form that developed within Russian syllabo-accentual system of versification in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Canadian Daryl Hine used rhyme as a tool to hone his impressive verse, and the poems James Pollock has selected for The Essential Daryl Hine are perfect examples.
The 77 renowned artists, have each used their individual styles--comic strip, cartoon, realistic and imaginative--to either retell the rhymes in pictures or simply create an image of the rhyme, adding colour and humour.
In some cases, Govier gives a thorough explanation of the origin of the rhyme and its possible meaning(s).