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rhyme pronunciación
noun
1 a pattern of words which have the same final sounds at the ends of lines in a poem.
2 the use of such patterns in poetry, etc.
3 a word which has the same final sound as another -Beef- is a rhyme for -leaf- .
4 a short poem, verse or jingle written in rhyme.
verb (rhymed , rhyming )
1 intr said of words: to have the same final sounds and so form rhymes.
2 to use (a word) as a rhyme for another.
3 intr to write using rhymes.
4 to put (a story, etc) into rhyme.
[13c: from French rimer to rhyme, from German rim a series or row. Despite the current spelling of the word, it is probably not associated with Latin rhythmus , from Greek rhythmos rhythm]
rhymed adjective .
rhymeless adjective .
rhymer noun .
rhymester noun a would-be poet, especially an untalented one.
rhymist noun .
without rhyme or reason lacking sense, reason or any discernible system.


rhyme scheme
noun the particular pattern of rhymes in a stanza, etc.


rhyme-royal
noun a seven-line stanza with its lines rhyming in the pattern a b a b b c c , used by Chaucer, who encountered it in French.


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