- v. present participle of rhyme.
- adj. having corresponding sounds especially terminal sounds
“Then he delivers a roughly 25-minute monologue in rhyming verse that is by turns loony, ingratiating, egomaniacal, desperate and, shall we say, gastro-intestinal.”
“I am indeed much better, and have even begun to sing, I don't mean sing in rhyming composition, but, as the children say 'right earnest singing'.”
“A couple of children begin rhyming off numbers in English.”
“The story is written in rhyming couplets, which adds a nice touch.”
“VK: Cryptic rhyme will not be found in rhyming textbooks.”
“In a twist that Alicia will appreciate, the plaintiff apparently argued that a poem in rhyming couplets is not a poem.”
“And back to the Obama Mama shirt, it is just a function of his name rhyming with Mama.”
““Klage”, a poem written in short rhyming couplets.”
“Furthermore, this characteristic wailing traditionally punctuated a ritual eulogizing, sometimes in rhyming form that required a fair degree of literary finesse.”
“The last two lines of this stanza with "here" and "there" rhyming is a nice ending.”
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