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"rhyme"

(1) I rhyme

(2) thanks rhyme calm

(3) It doesnt have to rhyme

(4) a classical rhyme scheme

(5) 1He improvised in rhyme.

(6) 'Blue' and 'flew' rhyme.

(7) In a happy Runic rhyme,

(8) It doesnt have to rhyme.

(9) Neither rhyme nor reason

(10) 'Blue' and 'flew' rhyme.


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(11) Well, it didn't rhyme.

(12) and only in rhyme because

(13) Neither rhyme nor reason.

(14) In a sort of Runic rhyme,

(15) it's an old nursery rhyme.

(16) He improvised in rhyme.

(17) And hope and history rhyme

(18) and hope and history rhyme.

(19) Can you put that into rhyme?

(20) And enamour rhyme with hammer.


"rhyme" in a sentence

(21) And my heart is like a rhyme,

(22) And now, I keep the same rhyme

(23) poetry without meter and rhyme

(24) It is neither rhyme nor reason.

(25) Do not rhyme with here but ere.

(26) Query does not rhyme with very,

(27) You can't rhyme sleepwith feet.

(28) It is the poem that don't rhyme,

(29) You can't rhyme sleep with feet .

(30) You can rhyme 'girl' with 'curl'.


"rhyme" sentence

(31) And lend to the rhyme of the poet

(32) Refer does not rhyme with deafer.

(33) I cannot find a rhyme tohiccups .

(34) You can rhyme 'girl' with 'curl'.

(35) I cannot find a rhyme to hiccups .

(36) Billet does not rhyme with ballet,

(37) Lovers meander in prose and rhyme,

(38) It is neither rhyme nor reason.

(39) You can't rhyme 'box' with 'backs'.

(40) I love his use of rhyme and rhythm.


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(41) An’ rowth o’ rhyme to rave at will,

(42) Stranger does not rhyme with anger,

(43) What's your favorite nursery rhyme?

(44) You can't rhyme 'box' with 'backs'.

(45) I love his use of rhyme and rhythm.

(46) 1I love his use of rhyme and rhythm.

(47) The whole story is written in rhyme.

(48) The one rhyme for passion is fashion.

(49) Can you think of a rhyme for tragic?

(50) The whole story is written in rhyme.


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(51) Can you think of a rhyme for tragic ?

(52) He was teaching Helen a little rhyme.

(53) The one rhyme for passion is fashion.

(54) He was teaching Helen a little rhyme.

(55) The whole story is written in rhyme.

(56) (1) I cannot find a rhyme to hiccups .

(57) Can you think of a rhyme for 'orange'?

(58) The kids made up a rhyme about a frog.

(59) Can you think of a rhyme for 'beauty'?

(60) Next darkness to sing the same rhyme.


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(61) Can you think of a rhyme for 'orange'?

(62) The kids made up a rhyme about a frog.

(63) Can you think of a rhyme for 'beauty'?

(64) that was our nursery rhyme growing up.

(65) what was that nursery rhyme all about?

(66) Why doesn't Arkansas rhyme with Kansas?

(67) Can you think of a rhyme for 'bicycle'?

(68) Can you think of a rhyme for 'bicycle'?

(69) how does the rhyme go, miss claythorne?

(70) that doesn't even rhyme. yeah, it does.


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(71) This poem is her first attempt at rhyme.

(72) There's no rhyme or reason to that plan.

(73) This poem is her first attempt at rhyme.

(74) tale as old as time song as old as rhyme

(75) i got six guys dead, no rhyme or reason.

(76) on these lips; my body now a softer rhyme

(77) This nursery rhyme is very familiar to me.

(78) The poem's rhyme scheme is highly complex.

(79) Oh, love will make a dog howl in rhyme.

(80) Why doesn't Arkansas rhyme with Kansas?


sentences with "rhyme"

(81) Without rhyme, without variety of metre, IV.

(82) Broad leaves shone and swung gayly in rhyme.

(83) poems don't always have to rhyme, you know.

(84) You can rhyme 'hiccups' and/with 'pick-ups'.

(85) Call'd him soft names in many a musèd rhyme,

(86) You can rhyme 'hiccups' and/with 'pick-ups'.

(87) There is no rhyme or reason to her behaviour.

(88) Call'd him soft names in many a musèd rhyme,

(89) There is no rhyme or reason to her behaviour.

(90) This nursery rhyme is very familiar to me.

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(91) 1 Broad leaves shone and swung gayly in rhyme.

(92) A lot of modern poetry is not written in rhyme.

(93) A lot of modern poetry is not written in rhyme.

(94) well, it doesn't rhyme and certainly doesn't scan

(95) But you know, Rose doesn't rhyme with dreidel.

(96) Can you put that into rhyme? MakeSentenceWith.com

(97) at a broken meter, line violations, forced rhyme,

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(98) There's neither rhyme nor reason in his behaviour.

(99) His demand seems to have neither rhyme nor reason.

(100) A rhyme I learn'd even now of one I danced withal.

"rhyme" sentences

(101) 165, eye for eyne (in spite of the rhyme with 163).

(102) History does not repeat itself, but it does rhyme.

(103) He knew Himself to sing , and build the lofty rhyme.

(104) Suddenly, without rhyme or reason, his mood changed.

(105) He picked people on a whim, without rhyme or reason.

(106) There's no rhyme or reason to the new opening hours.

(107) Outside, children were skipping and singing a rhyme.

(108) My first thought is the rhyme from my morbid poster.

(109) There's no rhyme or reason to the new opening hours.

(110) Suddenly, without rhyme or reason, his mood changed.

"rhyme" use in sentence

(111) Outside, children were skipping and singing a rhyme.

(112) He picked people on a whim, without rhyme or reason.

(113) we can create a future where hope and history rhyme.

(114) The exact origin and meaning of the rhyme is disputed

(115) You have a true gift for inner rhyme and alliteration.

(116) G G: When you need something to rhyme with Sandra Dee.

(117) Her filing system seems to be without rhyme or reason.

(118) There's neither rhyme nor reason in his behaviour.

(119) His demand seems to have neither rhyme nor reason.

(120) We can create a future where hope and history rhyme.

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(121) 1 Suddenly, without rhyme or reason, his mood changed.

(122) The exact origin and meaning of the rhyme is disputed.

(123) We enlocation rhyme sales contract No.4in dupliunusuale.

(124) His wife scolded him endlessly, without rhyme or reason.

(125) Sing your life; any fool can think of words that rhyme.

(126) Do you, maybe, have a nickname that's easier to rhyme?

(127) The whole story is written in rhyme. MakeSentenceWith.com

(128) Nursery rhymes A good nursery rhyme idea is Humpty Dumpty.

(129) You have a true gift for inner rhyme and alliteration.

(130) We enlocation rhyme sales contract No.45 in dupliunusuale.

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(131) Where there is love, there are plenty of things that rhyme.

(132) The term Blank verse means poetry that does not use rhyme.

(133) According to the nursery rhyme Thursdays Child has far to go

(134) Lol :-). But that sms rhyme 'll be even betta janu.. Lol :-).

(135) According to the nursery rhyme Thursdays Child has far to go.

(136) Nursery rhymes A good nursery rhyme idea is Humpty Dumpty.

(137) What are you talking about? Lots of things rhyme with Rose:

(138) Curse us eh/I'll make you pay!/I don't want to rhyme all day!

(139) The nursery rhyme version we know now is much longer of course.

(140) for swearing, awkward silences, and very simple rhyme schemes.

"rhyme" in sentence

(141) 1She lapsed into a little girl voice to deliver a nursery rhyme.

(142) there's another here. well, this one doesn't even have a rhyme.

(143) My father's a preacher, my mother's a teacher, thus I rhyme.

(144) There seems to be no rhyme or reason for the school's behaviour.

(145) They use prose, rhyme, slang, metaphor, colloquialism and patois.

(146) In one place, to save the rhyme, he calls Mount Sinai Sinin (xcv.

(147) This essay hardly makes any sense, it's neither rhyme nor reason.

(148) John's letter doesn't make sense; it is neither rhyme nor reason.

(149) 1The boys'refrain came faintly up to Wilson like a nursery rhyme.

(150) There seems to be no rhyme or reason for the school's behaviour.

"rhyme" sentences in English

(151) Use a favorite nursery rhyme to give your baby shower a fun theme.

(152) This essay hardly makes any sense, it's neither rhyme nor reason.

(153) It's all told in a bouncy rhyme, with outrageously funny pictures.

(154) He can't bite anybody's balls off without rhyme or reason, can he?

(155) So history doesn't necessarily repeat itself, but it does rhyme.

(156) This essay hardly makes any sense , it's neither rhyme nor reason.

(157) Other groups chanted the rhyme as they pretended to be the monster.

(158) The English word amoeba and the Japanese word tatoeba don't rhyme.

(159) It's all told in a bouncy rhyme, with outrageously funny pictures.

(160) She lapsed into a little girl voice to deliver a nursery rhyme.

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(161) 1Calf: I can speak Chinese. I can even sing a Chinese nursery rhyme.

(162) The boys'refrain came faintly up to Wilson like a nursery rhyme.

(163) 'Though' and 'through' don't rhyme, and neither rhymes with 'tough'.

(164) The first team chooses a nursery rhyme and they all sing it together.

(165) 2To have the catchy sound of a simple, repetitious rhyme or doggerel.

(166) 'Though' and 'through' don't rhyme, and neither rhymes with 'tough'.

(167) To have the catchy sound of a simple, repetitious rhyme or doggerel.

(168) John's letter doesn't make sense; it is neither rhyme nor reason.

(169) To have the catchy sound of a simple , repetitious rhyme or doggerel.

(170) All of the poems are written in traditional metres and rhyme schemes.

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(171) It's all told in a bouncy rhyme, with outrageously funny pictures.

(172) In 1928, Laemmle, Sr. What poet wrote a notable rhyme about Laemmle?

(173) All of the poems are written in traditional metres and rhyme schemes.

(174) 2The rhyme inventory only has one nasal coda and one glottal stop coda.

(175) The rhyme inventory only has one nasal coda and one glottal stop coda.

(176) Calf: I can speak Chinese. I can even sing a Chinese nursery rhyme.

(177) The question seemed rather arbitrary with no rhyme or reason whatsoever.

(178) Sometime, men are frail, too, and feel turndown without rhyme or reason.

(179) so you see, the whole thing has been as inevitable as the nursery rhyme.

(180) Anyway, in each ditty the name of the country was used to finish a rhyme.

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(181) 1. This essay hardly makes any sense , it's neither rhyme nor reason.

(182) Many primary grade pupils enjoy rhyme in a couplet when writing poetry.

(183) Make it catchy of course, but rhyme, pun, and alliterate at your own risk.

(184) The rhyme inventory only has one nasal coda and one glottal stop coda.

(185) With a traditional ballad you may notice the rhyme scheme or alliteration .

(186) Are there any phonological patterns of rhyme, alliteration, assonance, etc?

(187) His first poem, correct in rhyme and form,, was written before he was seven.

(188) Are there any phonological patterns of rhyme, alliteration, assonance, etc?

(189) 1. The first team chooses a nursery rhyme and they all sing it together.

(190) 1. Anyway, in each ditty the name of the country was used to finish a rhyme.

(191) The original poem and its rhyme sequence contrast charmingly with each other.

(192) The shoe structure is inspired by the nursery rhyme There was an old woman.

(193) The shoe structure is inspired by the nursery rhyme There was an old woman .

(194) Strands poems use plain and concrete language usually without rhyme or meter

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(195) In 1938 she cowrote and sang a version of the nursery rhyme ATisket ATasket.

(196) To further illustrate the rhyme scheme, I have included a glossary at the back.

(197) Form poems are also noted for their traditional use of rhyme, metre and stanza.

(198) 1In English, the ability to rhyme multi- syllabically is such a huge advantage.

(199) Read the text and nursery rhyme aloud every day. Pronunciation must be correct.

(200) His imaginative stories use the elements of poetry-rhythm, rhyme, alliteration.

(201) Are there any phonological patterns of rhyme, alliteration, assonance, etc?

(202) Strands poems use plain and concrete language usually without rhyme or meter.

(203) The poem has an irregular rhyme scheme - including an occasional internal rhyme.

(204) In the third chapter a question survey on freakish children's rhyme is presented.

(205) In English, the ability to rhyme multi- syllabically is such a huge advantage.

(206) there is always a lyric connecting ears and hearts across the continents in rhyme.

(207) Read the text and nursery rhyme aloud every day. Pronunciation must be correct.

(208) Remember that lettuce doesn’t grow on a spruce; and it also doesn’t rhyme with it.

(209) 1It is an introductory to the rhyme, the pronunciation and homophone in Ziyang Town.

(210) The dipping raindrops' dance assigning thence Indicated rhyme that eases her refrain

(211) I had collapsed when i was fired, I worried and felt myself neither rhyme nor reason.

(212) 1One by one they begin to die, in accordance to the Ten Little Indians Nursery rhyme.

(213) Because it's briefness, autumn in the four seasons of life just had its special rhyme.

(214) His imaginative stories use the elements of poetry -- rhythm, rhyme, alliteration.

(215) The main elements of linguistic prosody in poetry are intonation, rhyme, and stress.

(216) Read the text and nursery rhyme aloud every day. Please pay attention to pronunciation.

(217) Its intricate rhyme scheme has six stanzas of seven lines each in a sequence of AAABBCC.

(218) One by one they begin to die, in accordance to the Ten Little Indians Nursery rhyme.

(219) However, some are clearly written with children in mind since they don't rhyme at all.

(220) While studying poetry in his literature class, Stephan learned about rhythm and rhyme.

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(221) This is a good idea for a nursery rhyme party where the eggs can represent Humpty Dumpty.

(222) The poems rhyme too determinedly, ungainly as pairs tied together in a three-legged race.

(223) It is an introductory to the rhyme , the pronunciation and homophone in Ziyang Town.

(224) Poems and popular song lyrics often use rhyme A simple poem can also be called a rhyme.

(225) e'en the most gifted bard's rhyme can only sing but to the lack of her and all she isn't!

(226) Because it's briefness, autumn in the four seasons of life just had its special rhyme.

(227) I had collapsed when i was fired , I worried and felt myself neither rhyme nor reason.

(228) Read the text and nursery rhyme aloud every day. Please pay attention to pronunciation.

(229) If the heart doesn't find a perfect rhyme with the head, then your passion means nothing.

(230) The poems rhyme too determinedly, ungainly as pairs tied together in a three - legged race.

(231) My life was a blank paper, until you came to rhyme with words & make it a poetry book. ? ?

(232) I can't even make up a rhyme about an umbrella, let alone death and life and eternal peace.

(233) I'm tired of love I'm still more tired of rhyme but money gives me pleasure all the time.

(234) This is a good idea for a nursery rhyme party where the eggs can represent Humpty Dumpty.

(235) I can't even make up a rhyme about an umbrella, let alone death and life and eternal peace.

(236) Other phonic features are added to the basic metrical pattern of verse, with or without rhyme.

(237) In his efforts to make it rhyme he seems to have chosen the first word that comes into his head.

(238) In his efforts to make it rhyme he seems to have chosen the first word that comes into his head.

(239) in one sentence with others that seem to be an attempt to rhyme with each other are distracting.

(240) Remember the rhyme Peas porridge hot, peas porridge cold, peas porridge in the pot nine days old.

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(241) I was brought up with the idea that poetry should rhyme; shape poems and the like were unheard of.

(242) A couplet does not have to rhyme, but poetry is more entertaining to children when rhymes are used.

(243) These were without rhyme or rhythm, but had alliteration and a parallelism resembling Hebrew poetry.

(244) One of the extortion letters sent to the family was written in rhyme with multiple errors, and read:

(245) Government money was given out to some people and not to others, apparently without rhyme or reason.

(246) They introduced rhythm and rhyme into medieval poetry and wrote both in Latin and in the vernacular .

(247) The ancient Banbury Cross, celebrated in a familiar nursery rhyme, was destroyed by Puritans in 1610.

(248) The simplicity reminds one of a nursery rhyme, but the melodies and chords are dissonant , insidious.

(249) One of the extortion letters sent to the family was written in rhyme with multiple errors, and read:

(250) Government money was given out to some people and not to others, apparently without rhyme or reason.

(251) Many 20th century poets gave up both rhyme and the strict meter of blank verse to write free verse.

(252) The original Banbury Cross in the famous nursery rhyme was pulled down at the end of the 16th century.

(253) It was quite pleasant to eat at this stage-the curds and whey of the Little Miss Muffet nursery rhyme.

(254) 2It was quite pleasant to eat at this stage-the curds and whey of the Little Miss Muffet nursery rhyme.

(255) Lovers meander in prose and rhyme,trying to say-for the thousandth time-what's easier done than said.

(256) He was, incidentally, the only applicant who hadn't named the drink St Clements, from the nursery rhyme.

(257) Government money was given out to some people and not to others, apparently without rhyme or reason.

(258) Shan the folk custom with peculiar head flirtatious expressions, tide agitation rhyme is Shan first sign.

(259) They introduce the concepts of rhyme and wordplay, as well as covering basics like alphabet and spelling.

(260) While mulling over the poem’s prosody, the writer took a special interest in both the meter and rhyme.

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(261) But then she is comforted when she hears the children singing the nursery rhyme Tom Tom the Piper s Son.

(262) The redaction of the whole work is due to Alexandre de Bernai, who replaced the original assonance by rhyme.

(263) It was quite pleasant to eat at this stage - the curds and whey of the Little Miss Muffet nursery rhyme.

(264) The odd, unexpected rhyme can come like an oasis in a desert of disconnected thought and jarring line breaks.

(265) Its melody is not unlike a nursery rhyme, and the message is like reading fortune cookie after fortune cookie.

(266) This was as simple as his life got ? rhythm, rhyme, and fingertips on cool keys. ~ Brian, Song of the Snowman

(267) Whatever you tried to do, there was a bar that didn't scan , a couplet that you just couldn't find a rhyme for.

(268) The pigs can't stop the fox; I'm too quick,' Takumi said to himself. I can rhyme while I run; I'm that slick.

(269) Her agile command of rhyme, meter, repetition, and alliteration on Rowing Song rivals traditional folk classics.

(270) They were in a hurry enough to start us, and now here we stand in the middle of a field without rhyme or reason.

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(271) The poem has three sections corresponding to the changes of rhyme, but with a peculiarity in the middle section.

(272) The 172 lines that follow are written in rhyme couplets in the style of the popular ballads common to the period.

(273) Metre and rhyme; others mention as author of the first Persian poem a certain Abulhaf~ of Soghd, near Samarl~and.

(274) 2The poem has three sections corresponding to the changes of rhyme, but with a peculiarity in the middle section.

(275) The pair nuclear/cochlear is a kind of almost-rhyme, in which everything that follows the accented vowels matches.

(276) Its melody is not unlike a nursery rhyme, and the message is like reading fortune cookie after fortune cookie.

(277) More than children aged between three and five turned up as their favourite nursery rhyme or story book characters.

(278) Children seem naturally drawn to poetry - it's some combination of the rhyme, rhythm, and the words themselves.

(279) I'm like a junior varsity cheerleader sometimes -- for swearing, awkward silences, and very simple rhyme schemes.

(280) Words like wistfully and sublime are penned into prose and rhyme. As night gives way to dawn, life gives way to time

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(281) A traditional rhyme from Sussex says Sweep the house with blossed broom in Maysweep the head of the household away.

(282) More than 40 children aged between three and five turned up as their favourite nursery rhyme or story book characters.

(283) The CD skips from one song to the next and doesn't have any rhyme or reason as why it's skipping like that, but it does.

(284) In the phonological figures, assonance, alliteration, rhyme and others, are directly responsible for its poetical tendency.

(285) The twin bedroom is particularly charming and is now a children's room with nursery rhyme wallpaper and decorative features.

(286) In the phonological figures, assonance, alliteration, rhyme and others, are directly responsible for its poetical tendency.

(287) Tennyson's epic Charge of the Light Brigade was really just McGonagall with a competent rhyme scheme and effective scansion !

(288) On the other hand, the rhyme is regularly maintained; although, especially in the later pieces, after a very slovenly fashion.

(289) i can totally see him taking you down to the basement and slowly delimbing while singing some creepy victorian nursery rhyme

(290) Shan the folk custom with peculiar head flirtatious expressions[MakeSentenceWith.com], tide agitation rhyme is Shan first sign.

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(291) While many of his contemporaries took poetry toward prosiness , he cultivated what turned out to be a dazzling talent for rhyme.

(292) Another Milton scholar present announced that while rhyme was no ornament to verse, the return of odes and sonnets was inevitable.

(293) Languages are endowed with the aesthetics of rhymes, which can be chiefly divided into alliteration, assonance, rhyme and echoism.

(294) In the 15 phonological figures, assonance, alliteration, rhyme and others, are directly responsible for its poetical tendency.

(295) Languages are endowed with the aesthetics of rhymes, which can be chiefly divided into alliteration, assonance, rhyme and echoism.

(296) He was, incidentally, the only applicant who hadn't named the drink St Clements,[MakeSentenceWith.com ] from the nursery rhyme.

(297) But rhyme was not attempted, and the syllabic metre of Japan was preserved, the alternation of 5 and 7 being, however, dispensed with.

(298) It was a challenge not only to get it into the form (meter and rhyme), but I was unused to writing about such concrete subject matter.

(299) They're well-crafted, well-executed lyrics, often with a modicum of internal or (less often) end rhyme which leavens them in the mind.

(300) Languages are endowed with the aesthetics of rhymes, which can be chiefly divided into alliteration, assonance, rhyme and echoism.

(301) The dialog, which Potter wrote, is in a rhyme which is an iambic pentameter, apart from a few direct declarations with eight syllables.

(302) Plus, the kind of single-rhyme doggerel that she chants is not very creative; almost any cheer squad can look online for better cheers.

(303) The title should change every time a new poet is appointed and should alliterate or rhyme with the name of the new holder of the title.

(304) There is lots of physical abuse; slapping, beating, and whippings , and woman are raped and ravaged repeatedly with no rhyme or reason.

(305) He jiggles his marker in his fingers and mumbles words that rhyme with middle, and somehow that leads him to bring his pen down on Vienna.

(306) The poem has three sections corresponding to the changes of rhyme,(www.MakeSentenceWith.com) but with a peculiarity in the middle section.

(307) He jiggles his marker in his fingers and mumbles words that rhyme with middle, and somehow that leads him to bring his pen down on Vienna.

(308) I have more wisdom than any books ever written in history of times, any scripture ever written which you rhyme but this is not my purpose.

(309) There's no rhyme or reason to life and death. Many people who do all the right things die early anyway, while others live to an old age.

(310) An appealingly earnest onstage presence, Mr. Snow sometimes gets caught in his own cadence, particularly in the show’s rhyme-heavy sequences.

(311) I can still remember that a few decades on, just as I can recall all the Latin prepositions that take the ablative case, courtesy of a rhyme.

(312) I have more wisdom than any books ever written in history of times, any scripture ever written which you rhyme but this is not my purpose.

(313) An appealingly earnest onstage presence, Mr. Snow sometimes gets caught in his own cadence , particularly in the show’s rhyme-heavy sequences.

(314) Promoted by the fascist Ezra Pound, this new poetry without meter or rhyme swept literary Europe and America in the period leading up to the war.

(315) She is like the white skies, the shine, the sun and its rhyme.While he is the darkness that blinds,the moon, the wolf in mysterious confines.

(316) I can still remember that a few decades on, just as I can recall all the Latin prepositions that take the ablative case, courtesy of a rhyme.

(317) He wrote abundantly in prison; his magnum opus was a history of Sweden in Latin, but he has also left, in Swedish, two important rhyme-chronicles.

(318) Neither has the tsunami anything in common with God's final judgement, as the tsunami killed and destroyed capriciously , without rhyme or reason.

(319) Many critics judge blank verse to be better than rhyme for serious subjects and many poets have used blank verse for their most important works.

(320) There's no rhyme or reason to this approach - it's a clumsy attempt to bamboozle us into thinking that there's more to the movie than meets the eye.

(321) This in its simplest form gave rise to the rajaz verses, where each half-line ends in the same rhyme and consists of three feet of the measure - u -.

(322) Our teacher tells us that they will give us extra credit if we can figure out how the nursery rhyme Ring around the Rosy relates to the black plague.

(323) The flower bloomed and faded. The sun rose and sank. The lover loved and went. And what the poets said in rhyme, the young translated into practice.

(324) 1Our teacher tells us that they will give us extra credit if we can figure out how the nursery rhyme Ring around the Rosy relates to the black plague.

(325) The photographs are linked across the book by fleeting resemblances, oppositions, repetitions, the pictorial equivalents of assonance and half-rhyme.

(326) Some rhyming slang only works in specific countries or regions where the local accent can rhyme in a way that would not normally work in other regions.

(327) Some rhyming slang only works in specific countries or regions where the local accent can rhyme in a way that would not normally work in other regions.

(328) The flower bloomed and faded. The sun rose and sank. The lover loved and went. And what the poets said in rhyme, the young translated into practice.

(329) The photographs are linked across the book by fleeting resemblances, oppositions, repetitions, the pictorial equivalents of assonance and half-rhyme.

(330) It is not necessary for a riddle to rhyme, but a lot of people make them do so because they believe their trick questions are more fun when they rhyme.

(331) Given the functional illiteracy on either side of it, I'm guessing it was a half-understood attempt to find a rhyme for a line that makes no sense anyway.

(332) Our teacher tells us that they will give us extra credit if we can figure out how the nursery rhyme Ring around the Rosy relates to the black plague.

(333) The section on markers discusses rhyme and alliteration , oppositions, word repetition, paradox, metaphor, pithiness and aspects of the syntax of proverbs.

(334) In all forms the rhyme is the same throughout the poem, and is confined to the second half of the line except in the first line where the two halves rhyme.

(335) For instance, he employs rhyme in dealing with the most prosaic subjects, and thus produces the disagreeable effect of incongruity between style and matter.

(336) Through alliteration, anaphora, parallelism and slant-rhyme, Sleigh builds momentum into the eleven, rhythmic couplets and suggests a train's smooth travel.

(337) To test his acquirements they proposed that each should furnish an extemporary line of verse, his own to be the last, and all four ending in the same rhyme.

(338) Languages are endowed with the aesthetics of rhymes, which can be chiefly divided into alliteration, assonance[MakeSentenceWith.com], rhyme and echoism.

(339) 1Brew like amber after golden steeping gaudy, have natural fragrant orchid sweet, taste mellow pleasant delicacy, back to Kennedy, commonly known as a rhyme.

(340) Larminie cited an instance of a rhyme current in the Orkneys as a charm against nightmare, which confuses Arthur with Siegfried and his winning of the Valkyr.

(341) To seek rhyme or reason in such decisions is as vain an inquiry as to seek the same qualities in the ukase of a Russian Czar or the whims of an Oriental despot.

(342) I believe Dr. Seuss’s books are so popular because the combination of language, rhyme, and unique images has a visceral effect on children and adults alike.

(343) Brew like amber after golden steeping gaudy, have natural fragrant orchid sweet, taste mellow pleasant delicacy, back to Kennedy, commonly known as a rhyme .

(344) Every so often, without apparent rhyme or reason, huge areas of my lawn are ripped to shreds, as if a colony of badgers has been holding an all-night party on it.

(345) Hebrew religious poetry was revived for synagogue hymnology, and, partly in imitation of Arabian models, a secular Hebrew poetry was developed in metre and rhyme.

(346) Imperfect in his rhyme and rhythm, his poetry is of a didactical nature, and his best - poems are rhymed fables, many of which are thinly disguised political satires.

(347) the people of the mifulu communicated entirely in rhyme, although that's actually less impressive than it sounds, because their language only contained one vowel.

(348) But throughout the show, Ohgeesy proved himself to be the leader of this pack, with every smirking, anesthetized rhyme that fell from his mouth radiating a stealth joy.

(349) The simplest form of this in Arabian literature is the saf or rhymed prose, in which the sentences are usually (though not always) short and end in a rhyme or assonance.

(350) But throughout the show, Ohgeesy proved himself to be the leader of this pack, with every smirking, anesthetized rhyme that fell from his mouth radiating a stealth joy.

(351) Meanwhile he had written creditable student verse, and contributed both prose and rhyme to newspapers, thus gaining friends and obtaining a decided if provincial reputation.

(352) Milton brings to his critique of rhyme that same-and this is familiar-the same political rhetoric that he had brought to his critique of monarchy in the regicide treatises.

(353) Constantly risking absurdity and death whenever he performs above the heads of his audience, the poet, like an acrobat, climbs on rhyme to a high wire of his own making.

(354) Yet most are uniform not only in their puerility of perspective but in their stale language and ideas (not to mention the distance they keep from any hint of meter or rhyme).

(355) She begins this story in a lonely bedroom, where an 8-year-old girl recites a playground rhyme that serves as a sort of incantation, summoning her 35- and 50-year-old selves.

(356) She begins this story in a lonely bedroom, where an 8-year-old girl recites a playground rhyme that serves as a sort of incantation , summoning her 35- and 50-year-old selves.

(357) 2This coexistence is of great significance to form and perfect the new style, to reconstruct of the old style, and to promote the literary composition in rhyme in the long run.

(358) The essentials: King Henry VIII. To six wives he was wedded. One died, one survived, two divorced, two beheaded, goes a jaunty old rhyme about the much-married British monarch.

(359) His initial approach to a beat is melodic and rhythmic, finding a cadence that suits his voice, an energy level at which the vocals will be delivered, and maybe a rhyme scheme.

(360) Implicity, rhyme, image and artistic conception are not only the original aesthetic characters, but also the expressing forms and expressing factors of poetry aesthetic tension.

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(361) The language art in Shi Yi Ji is ma inly two aspects: One is compatible with literary composition in rhyme and prose. The other is a phonetic image, exaggeration and playing up.

(362) The essentials: King Henry VIII. To six wives he was wedded . One died, one survived, two divorced, two beheaded, goes a jaunty old rhyme about the much-married British monarch.

(363) Milton brings to his critique of rhyme that same -- and this is familiar - the same political rhetoric that he had brought to his critique of monarchy in the regicide treatises.

(364) The sound form of poetry is often manifested in onomatopoeia, sound symbolism and some other musical devices such as alliteration, assonance, repetition, internal rhyme and so on.

(365) Classical Chinese poetry is characterized by its terseness in language, abstruseness in meaning, richness in imagery, sharpness in emotion, and distinctiveness in rhyme and rhythm.

(366) The sound form of poetry is often manifested in onomatopoeia, sound symbolism and some other musical devices such as alliteration, assonance, repetition, internal rhyme and so on.

(367) This coexistence is of great significance to form and perfect the new style, to reconstruct of the old style, and to promote the literary composition in rhyme in the long run.

(368) Classical Chinese poetry is characterized by its terseness in language, abstruseness in meaning, richness in imagery, sharpness in emotion, and distinctiveness in rhyme and rhythm.

(369) Implicity, rhyme, image and artistic conception are not only the original aesthetic characters, but also the expressing forms and expressing factors of poetry aesthetic tension.

(370) There were so many words just thrown together using all sorts of combinations without any apparent sense or rhyme (example: they are like stars shooting off into space out there.

(371) The language art in Shi Yi Ji is ma inly two aspects: One is compatible with literary composition in rhyme and prose. The other is a phonetic image, exaggeration and playing up.

(372) Anand finished up his cola cube transaction. I stepped up and slammed three pound coins on the counter like an oppressed inner-city youth born with the skills of rhythm and rhyme.

(373) The sound form of poetry is often manifested in onomatopoeia, sound symbolism and some other musical devices such as alliteration, assonance, repetition, internal rhyme and so on.

(374) Classical Chinese poetry is characterized by its terseness in language, abstruseness in meaning, richness in imagery, sharpness in emotion, and distinctiveness in rhyme and rhythm.

(375) After a brisk run-through of key terms - they include scansion , rhyme, caesura, verse - he proceeds to a series of Shakespearean speeches for analysis, which form the main section here.

(376) Classical Chinese Poetry (CCP) is characterized by its terseness in language, abstruseness in meaning, richness in imagery, sharpness in emotion, and distinctiveness in rhyme and rhythm.

(377) Classical Chinese Poetry (CCP) is characterized by its terseness in language, abstruseness in meaning, richness in imagery, sharpness in emotion, and distinctiveness in rhyme and rhythm.

(378) Whether a riff off of the classic There once was a girl from Nantucket or perhaps a rhyme for your sweetheart's name, the limerick has been a treasured form of lewd expression for decades.

(379) The lines' compulsive rhythmic stress-pulse amplifies the mounting panic, while their dark nursery-rhyme endingsvibrate with disjunctive energy as boundaries dissolve to terrifying effect.

(380) The exterior habiliments on such occasions count for nearly everything; and in the popular poetry rhyme, measure, and the language and manners of the poets are much more than anything else.

(381) In English poetry, aesthetic sense and English pronunciation are closely linked, reflecting especially in the metre, such as alliteration, assonance, rhyme, semi-assonance and onomatopoeia.

(382) The exterior habiliments on such occasions count for nearly everything; and in the popular poetry rhyme, measure, and the language and manners of the poets are much more than anything else.

(383) In English poetry, aesthetic sense and English pronunciation are closely linked, reflecting especially in the metre, such as alliteration, assonance, rhyme, semi-assonance and onomatopoeia.

(384) Classical Chinese Poetry (CCP) is characterized by its terseness in language, abstruseness in meaning, richness in imagery, sharpness in emotion, and distinctiveness in rhyme and rhythm.

(385) Chapter one Dunhuang Quzici and it's proper name Quzi in Dunhuang documents is used to describe the song words of the new emerging Ci-poetry with respect to tonal pattern, rhyme scheme, etc.

(386) 1Chapter one Dunhuang Quzici and it's proper name Quzi in Dunhuang documents is used to describe the song words of the new emerging Ci-poetry with respect to tonal pattern, rhyme scheme, etc.

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(387) When it came to writing rules, LI Qing-zhao, with popular language and melodious rhythm and rhyme, ironed out the contradiction between elegance and mediocrity in late Northern Song Dynast...

(388) What I expected is an adroit compromise between the impulses to form and to freedom: twist fails to rhyme convincingly with pass, but in that failure assonates and alliterates with questions.

(389) When it came to writing rules, LI Qing-zhao, with popular language and melodious rhythm and rhyme, ironed out the contradiction between elegance and mediocrity in late Northern Song Dynast...

(390) Classical Chinese poetry, with terseness in language, implicit emotion, abstruseness in ideorealm, and distinctiveness in rhythm and rhyme, has been praised as the treasure of Chinese culture.

(391) Classical Chinese poetry, with terseness in language, implicit emotion, abstruseness in ideorealm, and distinctiveness in rhythm and rhyme, has been praised as the treasure of Chinese culture.

(392) In English poetry, aesthetic sense and English pronunciation are closely linked, reflecting especially in the metre, such as alliteration, assonance, rhyme, semi-assonance and onomatopoeia.

(393) In English poetry, aesthetic sense and English pronunciation are closely linked, reflecting especially in the metre, such as alliteration, assonance, rhyme, semi-assonance and onomatopoeia.

(394) The lines' compulsive rhythmic stress-pulse amplifies the mounting panic, while their dark nursery-rhyme endingsvibrate with disjunctive energy as boundaries dissolve to terrifying effect.

(395) Some translators fuss with synonyms to inject rhythm and rhyme into the lines, hoping to recapture the music of the original. It's no use. At the end of the day, you're still left with that Turk.

(396) When it came to writing rules, LI Qing-zhao, with popular language and melodious rhythm and rhyme, ironed out the contradiction between elegance and mediocrity in late Northern Song Dynast...

(397) Country to Zhou's (1978) claim, the phonetic representation function is found for semi- homophonous radical characters that share the same initial consonant or the same rhyme with their phonetic.

(398) Classical Chinese poetry, with terseness in language, implicit emotion, abstruseness in ideorealm, and distinctiveness in rhythm and rhyme, has been praised as the treasure of Chinese culture.

(399) The vivid forms of rhyme of three words of monosyllable adjectives of Changzhou dialect, which have a relatively strong power of expression, are a kind of changing form of monosyllable adjectives.

(400) The Qing emperors were generally adept at poetry and often skilled in painting, and offered their patronage to Confucian culture. What was the rhyme dictionary called that was published by Kangxi

(401) Degraded bird, I give you back your eyes forever, ascend now whither you are tossed;Forsake this wrist, forsake this rhyme;Soar, eat ether, see what has never been seen; depart, be lost,But climb.

(402) The vivid forms of rhyme of three words of monosyllable adjectives of Changzhou dialect, which have a relatively strong power of expression, are a kind of changing form of monosyllable adjectives.

(403) So, all of that is to say that I like to believe that for every word intended as to render us deaf to one another, there is always a lyric connecting ears and hearts across the continents in rhyme.

(404) Of particular beauty here, of course, is the use of utterly inappropriate terms to maintain the rhyme, which saw gloat used as a noun directly above this unlearned and unlovely deformed child of a verse.

(405) Whatever be the derivation of the name, however, it is now universally used to describe a set of verses formed on this model, with the variations in rhyme noted above: There was an old man who said ' Hush!

(406) I'm not the only kid who grew up this way, surrounded by people who used to say that rhyme about sticks and stones, as if broken bones hurt more than the names we got called, and we got called them all.

(407) In this last, as in his other poetic attempts, Wolfgang showed a considerable measure of inherited or acquired ability, in his wealth of language and his easy mastery of the difficulties of rhythm and rhyme.

(408) Nothing happens while you live. The scenery changes, people come in and go out, that's all. There are no beginnings. Days are tacked on to days without rhyme or reason, an interminable, monotonous addition.

(409) At times it may feel as if we are helpless to what happens to us, and that things happen without rhyme or reason. Rest assured that no matter how choppy the sea gets or how the wind blows, Jesus is on the boat.

(410) Don't crap on the app! was another rhyme, and the invention of little phrases such as Twitter Virgin/Twitter Ho was another big laugh for the audience (along with the inevitable Oh, Ho a No-No for Co-co! comment).

(411) The Moslems themselves have observed that the tyranny of the rhyme often makes itself apparent in derangement of the order of words, and in the choice of verbal forms which would not otherwise have been employed; e.g.

(412) And in doing that, I want to offer you a vision, an imagined future, if you will, of how, as the poet Seamus Heaney has put it,Once in a lifetime the longed-for tidal wave of justice can rise up, and hope and history rhyme.

(413) It's useless to try and make rhyme or reason of it, because one guy thinks one thing and the other guy sees a whole other thing. So I try not to take them too seriously. Lately I have them screened so I only read the positive ones.

(414) Folklore and legends were retold by the bards, who used devices such as alliteration and rhyme, as well as a compendious store of stock phrases, to aid memorisation and recall, allowing them to instantly compose a poem for any occasion.

(415) Speaks of two heavenly gardens, each with two fountains and two kinds of fruit, and again of two similar gardens, all this is simply because the dual termination (an) corresponds to the syllable that controls the rhyme in that whole sura.

(416) I can remember lying on the floor and writing these, probably very poor, poems - because they were all in rhyme and form and probably quite imitative - but they gave me enormous joy, and I worked on them, I crossed bits out and worked on them.

(417) The Klong is rhythmic, the play being on the inflection of the voice in speaking the words, which inflection is arranged according to fixed schemes; the rhyme, if it can so be called, being sought not in the similarity of syllables but of intonation.

(418) He's just memorized a rhyme for us. [Control Condition Memorized Verses] Emmanuel: Top of the beat with no repeat Rhythm and rhyme make me complete Climb is sublime when I'm on the mic Spittin' rhymes that'll hit you like a lightning strike Computer: Search.

(419) The same is true of xviii., which at first sight seems to fall into several pieces; the history of the seven sleepers, the grotesque narrative about Moses, and that about Alexander the Horned, are all connected together, and the same rhyme through the whole sura.

(420) Every field of knowledge is different, but they are all connected. And they often rhyme. This means that something in the way you describe your process may give me a crucial insight or catalyze a new thought in me. This is how ideas form when we spark off each other.

(421) Pushkin could cry hot tears, and he who can weep can hope. I want to live, so that I may think and suffer, he says; and it seems as if the word to suffer, which is so beautiful in the poem, just fell in accidentally, because there was no better rhyme in Russian for to die.

(422) I wanted a perfect ending. Now I've learned, the hard way, that some poems don't rhyme, and some stories don't have a clear beginning, middle, and end. Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without knowing what's going to happen next.

(423) The badge of Rostock is the figure 7; and a local rhyme explains that there are 7 doors to St Mary's church, 7 streets from the market-place, 7 gates on the landward side and 7 wharves on the seaward side of the town, 7 turrets on the town-hall, which has 7 bells, and 7 linden trees in the park.

(424) So may the Devil I Respite their souls from Heaven! ; Hellas, 657, Bask in the [deep] blue noon divine ; Julian and Maddalo, 218, where Moans, shrieks, and curses, and blaspheming prayers is absent in the earlier editions though required for the rhyme; so lines 299-301 of the Letter to Maria Gisborne.

(425) In pieces such as Liszt's Poemes symphoniques, Ce qu'on entend sur la montagne (1848-1856), after a poem by Victor Hugo, and Die Ideale (1853-1857), after a poem by Schiller, the hearer is bewildered by a series of startling orchestral effects which succeed one another apparently without rhyme or reason.

(426) The impression made by the red cliffs, fringed by a white beach and supporting the green Oberland, is commonly believed to have suggested the national colours, re.d, white and green, or, as the old Frisian rhyme goes: Gron is dat Land, Rood is de Kant, Witt is de Sand, Dat is de Flagg vun't hillige Land.

(427) Lord love you, Son of Adam, what a simple thing to say! answered Mr Beaver with a great laugh. Turn him into stone? If she can stand on her two feet and look him in the face it’ll be the most she can do and more than I expect of her. No, no. He’ll put all to rights as it says in an old rhyme in these parts:

(428) On this point Catalan is more hesitating than Provenal; it does not distinguish so clearly the pronunciation of e according to its origin; while e (1) is capable of yielding an open e, the is often pronounced close, and the poets have no difficulty in making words in e close and in e open rhyme together, which is not the case in.

(429) When I was a boy I felt that the roll of rhyme in poetry was to compel one to find the un-obvious- because of the necessity of finding a word which rhymes. This forces novel associations, and almost guarantees deviations from routine chains or trains of thought. It becomes, paradoxically, a sort of automatic mechanism of originality.

(430) Four lines, the first, second and fourth of which have the same rhyme, while the third usually (but not always) remains rhymelesswas first successfully introduced into Persian literature as the exclusive vehicle for subtle thoughts on the various topics of Sufic mysticism by the sheikh Ab Said bin Abulkhair,1 but Omar differs in its treatment considerably from Ab Said.

(431) Indeed, in movements of modernism and post-modernism, there was visual art without beauty, literature without narrative and plot, poetry without meter and rhyme, architecture and planning without ornament, human scale, green space and natural light, music without melody and rhythm, and criticism without clarity, attention to aesthetics and insight into the human condition.

(432) I wrote poetry from the time I could write. That was the only way I could begin to express who I was but the poems didn't make sense to my teachers. They didn't rhyme. They were about the wind sounds, the planets' motions, never about who I was or how I felt. I didn't think I felt anything. I was this mind more than a body or a heart. My mind photographing the stars, hearing the wind.

(433) I’m not a woman you bring home to Mother, pick out china patterns with, or Mary forefend, breed. I’ve seen a chunk of the universe, true, but there’s still so much more to see. I doubt I’ll ever cure this wanderlust, and I’m content with dedicating my life to failing to sate it... He’s never going to sit at my feet and write me poems, which is good because I hate poetry, except dirty ones that rhyme.

(434) I sense the world might be more dreamlike, metaphorical, and poetic than we currently believe--but just as irrational as sympathetic magic when looked at in a typically scientific way. I wouldn't be surprised if poetry--poetry in the broadest sense, in the sense of a world filled with metaphor, rhyme, and recurring patterns, shapes, and designs--is how the world works. The world isn't logical, it's a song.

(435) Just as in the second part of a verse bad poets seek a thought to fit their rhyme, so in the second half of their lives people tend to become more anxious about finding actions, positions, relationships that fit those of their earlier lives, so that everything harmonizes quite well on the surface: but their lives are no longer ruled by a strong thought, and instead, in its place, comes the intention of finding a rhyme.

(436) While shrewdness, plain straightforwardness, and a certain stern way of looking at life are common to both, the Icelandic school adds a complexity of structure and ornament, an elaborate mythological and enigmatical phraseology, and a regularity of rhyme, assonance, luxuriance, quantity and syllabification, which it caught from the Latin and Celtic poets, and adapted with exquisite ingenuity to its own main object, that of securing the greatest possible beauty of sound.

(437) The Fabule, si istorioare (2 vols., 1839-41) is a collection of short popular stories in rhyme; SezVoarea la tarci (1852-53) is a description of the Rumanian Spinnstube, for which the peasants gather in one of their houses on a winter's night, the girls and women spinning and working, the young men telling tales, proverbs, riddles, singing songs, c. Pann also collected the jokes of the Turkish jester, Nasreddin, under the title of Neisdraveiniile lui Nastratin Hogea (1853), also in rhyme.

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A complex sentence with "rhyme" contains at least one independent clause and at least one dependent clause. Dependent clauses can refer to the subject (who, which) the sequence/time (since, while), or the causal elements (because, if) of the independent clause.

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FAQs

What is an example of rhyme in a sentence? ›

This is by far the most common type of rhyme used in poetry. An example would be, "Roses are red, violets are blue, / Sugar is sweet, and so are you." Internal rhymes are rhyming words that do not occur at the ends of lines. An example would be "I drove myself to the lake / and dove into the water."

What's that rhyme with enough? ›

WordRhyme ratingMeter
snuff100[/]
huff100[/]
gruff100[/]
ruff100[/]
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What is rhyme short answer? ›

A rhyme is a repetition of similar sounds (usually, the exact same phonemes) in the final stressed syllables and any following syllables of two or more words.

What are 10 words that rhyme? ›

Here is a list of words that rhyme for your reference:
  • Ask- Mask – Flask – Task – Bask.
  • About – Throughout – Drought – Without – Scout – Doubt – Sprout.
  • Above – Glove – Dove – Love.
  • Across – Loss- Cross – Toss.
  • Add – Glad – Sad – Mad – Lad – Dad – Bad – Had.
  • Age – Stage – Wage – Engage – Sage – Cage.

What are the 3 types of rhyme? ›

Types of Rhyme
  • End Rhymes. Rhyming of the final words of lines in a poem. ...
  • Internal Rhymes. Rhyming of two words within the same line of poetry. ...
  • Slant Rhymes (sometimes called imperfect, partial, near, oblique, off etc.) ...
  • Rich Rhymes. ...
  • Eye Rhymes. ...
  • Identical Rhymes.

What are 2 sentences that rhyme? ›

In poetry, a couplet is a pair of lines in a verse. Typically, they rhyme and have the same meter or rhythm. They make up a unit or complete thought.

What is the meaning of rhyme with examples? ›

rhyme, also spelled rime, the correspondence of two or more words with similar-sounding final syllables placed so as to echo one another. Rhyme is used by poets and occasionally by prose writers to produce sounds appealing to the reader's senses and to unify and establish a poem's stanzaic form.

What rhymes with up for a poem? ›

  • syllable: bub, club, cub, drub, dub, grub, hub, nub, pub, rub, scrub, shrub, snub, stub, sub, tub.
  • syllables: brewpub, glee club, golf club, subshrub, wolf cub, yacht club.
  • syllables: country club, supper club, ticket stub, tiger cub, undershrub.
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What rhymes with the word be? ›

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bee100
bourgeoisie100
flee100
trustee100
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What rhymes with much for a poem? ›

  • syllable: budge, drudge, fudge, grudge, judge, kludge, nudge, sludge, smudge, trudge.
  • syllables: adjudge, back judge, begrudge, line judge, misjudge, prejudge.
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What is End rhyme example? ›

Here's a quick and simple definition: End rhyme refers to rhymes that occur in the final words of lines of poetry. For instance, these lines from Dorothy Parker's poem "Interview" use end rhyme: "The ladies men admire, I've heard, / Would shudder at a wicked word."

What is rhyming words Class 6? ›

Rhyming words are defined as two or more words that have similar or the same sound at the end. If any two (or more) words rhyme, it means it sounds similar. It may be expressed as a repeating pattern that makes the text sound interesting, musical and pleasing.

What word rhymes with 13? ›

Words that rhyme with thirteen
sardinemachine
dequeendescreen
dudeenkeen
khamseenmidteen
moreennankeen
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What word rhymes with 15? ›

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lien100[/]
obscene100[x/]
unclean100[x/]
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What rhymes with a list? ›

  • syllable: blitzed, dished, drift, fished, gift, lift, miffed, rift, shift, shrift, sift, swift, thrift, whisht, wished.
  • syllables: adrift, face-lift, face lift, night shift, short shrift, ski lift, snowdrift, spindrift, split shift, spoondrift, stick shift, swing shift.
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What are 4 lines that rhyme? ›

A quatrain is a rhymed grouping of four lines in a poem. It can be a poem that has only four lines, or it can be a stanza in a longer poem. Many long ballads are written in quatrains, and you also see them as a component of Shakespearean sonnets.

What are 4 rhyming words? ›

Here Are Some Rhyming Word Examples: Saw, Jaw, Paw, Law. Wit, Hit, Sit. Line, Wine, Line, Mine.

Can you rhyme the same word? ›

No, a word doesn't rhyme with itself. Both are the same word, so therefore it's just repetitive. You only think it rhymes because you hear the exact same sound.

What rhymes easy? ›

WordRhyme ratingCategories
queasy100Adjective
sleazy100Adjective
cheesy100Adjective
wheezy100Adjective
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Why do words rhyme? ›

'why' may also rhyme with: bye · cry · die · dries · fly · fry · guy · high · lie · my

What are 22 word that rhyme with two? ›

Words that rhyme with twenty-two
disvalueatishoo
oceanviewpotoroo
twoafterview
antibluebabassu
coumaroucounterview
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What is a rhyme for friend? ›

WordRhyme rating
offend100
ascend100
mend100
commend100
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What word rhymes with day? ›

WordRhyme ratingCategories
convey100Verb
hay100Noun
obey100Verb
prey100Noun
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What rhymes with happy? ›

WordRhyme ratingCategories
unhappy100Adjective
snappy100Adjective
pappy100Noun
nappy100Adjective, Noun
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What rhymes with month in English? ›

Words that rhyme with month
cleanthcentillionth
laberinthseventh
millionthbillionth
zillionthmidmonth
corinthintermonth
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What rhymes with for real? ›

WordRhyme ratingCategories
deal100Noun, Verb
eel100Noun
feel100Verb
fiel100Noun
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What word rhymes with family? ›

WordRhyme rating
clammily100
familie100
multifamily100
Amalie100
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What rhymes with in love? ›

WordRhyme ratingCategories
dove100Noun
glove100Noun
shove100Verb, Noun
gov100Noun
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What word rhymes with money? ›

WordRhyme ratingCategories
Sonny100Name
bunny100Noun
runny100Adjective
gunny100Noun
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What word rhymes with hug? ›

WordRhyme ratingCategories
shrug100Noun, Verb
slug100Noun
snug100Adjective, Noun
smug100Adjective
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What are the 2 types of rhyme? ›

-Internal rhyme is rhyme within a single line of verse, when a word from the middle of a line is rhymed with a word at the end of the line. -Masculine rhyme describes those rhymes ending in a stressed syllable, such as “hells” and “bells.” It is the most common type of rhyme in English poetry.

What is an example of eye rhyme? ›

eye rhyme, in poetry, an imperfect rhyme in which two words are spelled similarly but pronounced differently (such as move and love, bough and though, come and home, and laughter and daughter).

What is a near rhyme? ›

half rhyme, also called near rhyme, slant rhyme, or oblique rhyme, in prosody, two words that have only their final consonant sounds and no preceding vowel or consonant sounds in common (such as stopped and wept, or parable and shell).

What rhymes With fast? ›

WordRhyme ratingCategories
vast100Adjective
blast100Noun
mast100Noun
hast100Verb, Noun
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How many types of rhyming are there? ›

There are many different types of rhymes that poets use in their work: internal rhymes, slant rhymes, eye rhymes, identical rhymes, and more. One of the most common ways to write a rhyming poem is to use a rhyme scheme composed of shared vowel sounds or consonants.

What is a 5 line rhyming poem called? ›

What Is a Quintain? A quintain (also known as a quintet) is any poetic form or stanza that contains five lines. Quintain poems can contain any line length or meter.

What is rhyming words for Class 1? ›

Rhyming Words For First Grade And Older
  • Ache.
  • Bake.
  • Cake.
  • Brake.
  • Break.
  • Fake.
  • Flake.
  • Lake.
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What is rhyme with friends? ›

ben's, bends, bens, benz, benz-, blends, brens, chen's, cleanse, dens, denz, ends, ennes, enns, enz, fends, flens, frenz, friend's, friends', gennes, gens, genz, glenn's, glenns, glens, grenz, grenze, hen's, hennes, hens, henze, jenn's, jens, ken's, krenz, lends, lens, lenz, men's, mends, mens, menz, menze, n's, n.'

What type of poem has 22 lines? ›

The Chandler Sonnet is an invented verse form introduced by B Chandler that although it is called a sonnet, has nothing in common with the sonnet form. The Chandler Sonnet is: a poem in 22 lines, written in 3 quatrains, an octave and a couplet in that order.

What is a 10 line poem called? ›

Terza Rima A type of poetry consisting of 10 or 11 syllable lines arranged in three-line tercets. Verse A single metrical line of poetry.

Which type of poem has 14 lines? ›

Sonnet. A 14-line poem with a variable rhyme scheme originating in Italy and brought to England by Sir Thomas Wyatt and Henry Howard, earl of Surrey in the 16th century.

What is a 7 line rhyming poem called? ›

A 7-line poem is called a Septet. It can also be known as a Rhyme Royal.

What is a 14 line poem that rhymes? ›

A sonnet is a poem with fourteen lines that follows a strict rhyme scheme (abab cdcd efef gg) and specific structure. Each line contains ten syllables, and is written in iambic pentameter in which a pattern of a non-emphasized syllable followed by an emphasized syllable is repeated five times.

What is rhyming word? ›

Rhymes. Words that rhyme have the same sound. 'Cheese' and 'peas' both have the same sound. You can write rhyming poems by using pairs or groups of words that use the same sounds.

Is water a rhyming? ›

'water' may also rhyme with: boarder · border · corder · gorder · hoarder · norder · order · quarter · soreder · warder… boughter · daughter · fodder · hotter · lawter · otter · oughta (ought to) · outta · potter · quarter… border · corter · courter · gorter · horter · mortar · morter · porter · quarter · shorter…

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