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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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Well, if you can rhyme so well, La Fontaine," said Pelisson, "tell me now in what way you would begin my prologue?
Jack's and Jill's bumps and bruises mend themselves and the three blind mice find their tails magically restored in preparation for the next time their nursery rhymes are repeated.
TRADITIONAL children's nursery rhymes are being shunned by modern parents in favour of more fashionable alternatives, experts have warned.
BLUNDERING cops had to release rapper Busta Rhymes yesterday after seizing him when he flew into London.
Immigration officers detained rap artist Busta Rhymes at London City Airport on Thursday (25 September).
Ove Michaelsen brings up a classic wordplay question and provides several colorful answers: "To my knowledge, there is no common word in English that rhymes with MONTH; but it was found that the obscure word grunth, an alternate spelling of "granth," rhymes perfectly in one of its pronunciations.
Unlike the Scots, Welsh and Irish toddlers had also favoured the main UK nursery rhymes.
Tartuffe a la McGough is an absolute triumph - of wit and invention, of fop, fool and philanderer, a world where not only does the writer get away with rhymes like "interloper" and "faux pas" but they spark gales of laughter.
You can bring these classic Mother Goose rhymes to life with felt puppets that Velcro to a storyboard glove.
But there are in fact lots of rhymes in Paradise Lost, too, that are easy not to hear yet have an effect on the tone of the work and thus on its authority, to say nothing of local effects on meaning.
NEW ORLEANS -- The Cash Money record label has declined to release the not-particularly anticipated debut album from Jereme Rogers, The Drop In, after allegations arose that he lifted many of his skate-oriented rhymes from Thrasher's Poet's Corner.
The veteran musician's latest album, ``Jim Gill Sings Moving Rhymes for Modern Times,'' is a 14-song soundtrack for children and their parents at play.