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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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Thus, choosing the safer path of euphonious but rhymeless verse, the translations by J.
It must be kept in mind that line 708 cannot even be qualified as rhymeless, because a grammatical rhyme occurs constituting a dissonant leonine.
Here Auslander evokes a time without Eve in the rhymeless short lines so characteristic of her later poetic style:
Written in rhymeless alliterative verse, the epic tells of the life and death of Beowulf, prince of the Geats, hero and king.
Rhymeless and unmetered, his poems nevertheless employ strong cadences derived from Midwestern speech, and the diction ranges from a strong, sometimes hackneyed rhetoric to easygoing slang.
As Tennyson has enough of both these kinds of poems, it would seem the only task left to put him on par with Arnold would be to locate a work that is both irregular and rhymeless.