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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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The Onegin stanza contains seven rhyming line pairs (A, b, C, d, f, E, g), which can be shown to differ in their preference for rich vs.
Her rhyming gift isn't confined to notes on cards, however; Ms.
The third chapter of Baxter's Handbook of Old Chinese (Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 1992) demonstrates, clearly but with no superfluous detail, how to use the probabilistic method called the Bernoulli trial to study rhyming in a received Chinese corpus.
Most of the rhyming in any anthology of canonical poetry in English is ornamental, and at its best it is lovely.
The simplest rhyming verse form is obviously the rhyming couplet; inevitably, some palindromes fall into this pattern without meaning to do so.
The 36-year-old, who's married to film beauty Jada Pinkett-Smith, said: "I went to a parent-teacher meeting and my boy's English teacher said, 'He's struggling with the concept of rhyming and putting rhymes together'.
Therefore, basic instruction in phonological awareness, such as rhyming activities, with preschool children has been indicated.
And when he's rhyming out, there's an electric command and power in his well-matched words and gestures.
The most prominent such sites were the inferior frontal gyrus, especially during nonsense word rhyming, and Broca's area, a crucial location for speech processing.
They are called Cockneys (an ancient nickname for cheeky folk, meaning "cock's eggs"), and this way of talking is called Cockney rhyming slang.
In this system a rhyming sound is explored first in an alphabetical sequence of one syllable words, then two syllables, then three, and so on, until proper names or entire phrases are formed.
Debuting on VHS are Underwater Adventures, a charming musical journey to an exotic underwater world, and Favorite Nursery Rhymes, which introduces those well-known rhyming songs we all recognize as childhood favorites.