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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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He said: "I love rhyming and I love the silliness of it - News at Len, Mime the Rhyme.
But in the hypograms, rather than the similarly spelled word endings "rhyming" (for example, "rough ...
Part 1 (this article) covers short to medium-sized pairs and clusters, part 2 longer pairs and clusters, part 3 some rhyming antonyms, plus definitions created by combining two or more rhymes.
In an introduction that begins with the all-caps assertion "WE LIVE IN A RHYME DRENCHED era," Caplan demonstrates how rhymes abound in popular music, and indeed many facets of modern American life, referring to what he calls "contemporary rhyming culture" (1).
A rhyme is defined as rich if the same consonant precedes the rhyming vowels (e.g., strain/rain); on this definition, the category of rich rhyme encompasses "identical" (or tautological) rhymes in which the rhyming syllables have the same onset (write/right).
Hine's poetry is always muscular and dynamic, but kept within the borders of his self-imposed rhyming discipline, it has an additional energy, as if coiled inside a box and ready to spring.
Not being constrained by rhyming words, punctuation and grammar, means students feel free to write.
The rhyming, the meter made an impression and stayed with her, even after she came home from school.
It is a fair guess that the kind of children who will be attracted by a book about rhyming are more likely to respond to Hilaire Belloc's 'Tarantella' than to 'Then the dinner lady calls you to the front/Because you were the gold star winner/I was first out of the classroom/ But I'm last in the line for dinner'.
This rhyming version of Goldilocks and the Three Bears is sure to be a hit with children who speak Spanish, children who are learning Spanish, readers who love new versions of old stories, and fans of Melissa Sweet's illustrations.