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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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promulgated at the Irish Literary Society's first meeting, edited by its newly elected President and his son-in-law, the former Rhymer T.
I may harbor some doubts about what his rhymer homeboys said about him when his back was turned, but his interviews and photographs succeed in convincing me that he has genuine access to at least part of a culture I know nothing about.
For example, rhymers continued to produce rhymes, with the additional tasks of identifying whether or not a pair of words rhymed and selecting from three words the one that did not rhyme.
Six hundred years later we should be proud that we still have ``wasters, rhymers and vagabonds'' who are still singing the praise of Prince Owain.
Stable conditional Craig Nichol was on the Geoff Adam-owned Rhymers Stone, who made a pleasing debut in the bumper.
Teachers and parents have complained that the poem - There Shall Be No Rhymers - by Myrddin ap Dafydd, uses language which is unsuitable for young children.
At Hexham, Rhymers Ha' can prove an apt winner of the Campbell Gillies Memorial Handicap Chase for trainer Lucinda Russell.
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THERE ought to be another race to be won by RHYMERS HA' this season after a sound effort in defeat at Ayr.
There was plenty of money for Rhymers Ha when outpointing subsequent winner Anna's Arch at Kelso in December.
RHYME AND REASON Rhymers Ha' (left) can triumph for Graham Watters
Anna's Arch was attempting a hat-trick when short-headed by Rhymers Ha at Kelso and should be in the shake-up again off a 5lb higher mark provided he is just as effective over this longer trip.