American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One who composes light verse.
- n. A minor or inferior poet.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A rhymer; a maker of poor poetry.
- n. a writer who composes rhymes; a maker of poor verses (usually used as terms of contempt for minor or inferior poets)
- rhyme + -ester (Wiktionary)
“Why, thou school-boy rhymester, that is the only merit thou hast, and that not thine own!”
“I suppose you have in mind the Stratford rhymester.”
“The aggression also mirrors 1998's war of words between LL Cool J and Canibus, a computer science major and tech-centric rhymester who fabricated a feud to generate publicity, according to Journal of Hip-Hop editor Andrew Ryan , who teaches both computers and hip-hop culture at George Mason University, Virginia.”
“French rhymester in his alley, and Silas in the valley of the shadow of death; perfect liberty, and a peremptory order to return in a week; — all illustrating one another.”
“And certainly not a two-bit rhymester like Steve Jackson.”
“Young lust, you mean, rhymester," laughed the second fighter.”
“A poet is always a dead rhymester, -- a philosopher, a dead dreamer.”
“The rhymester introduced all the characters; for instance:”
“General rules they can lay down, as poets can the elements of their own trade; but these rules are at the command of the veriest daub or rhymester; the manifold development of them to results almost divine remaining, even to those who achieve it in either walk, evasive and untraceable.”
“Remorse, were not, as to the eighteenth-century rhymester, merely Greek ladies draped in flowing raiment; to him they were realities, intensely focussed in himself.”
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unkind words or those refering them.
What?! And I'm supposed to pay for your lousy work, you... you...
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