from The Century Dictionary.
- Having no rime; not in the form of rime. Also
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- adjective not having rhyme
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BOUQUET PATCH (PAWPAW PATCH), ii: An endless, rimeless improvisation, beginning:
HERE COME TWO DUKES A-ROVING, ii: A rhythmical, rimeless improvisation for the men and women of the dance, alternately -- beginning:
GO IN AND OUT AT THE WINDOW: An endless, rimeless improvisation containing the dance calls in order.
SKIP TO MY LOU, ii: A rhythmical, rimeless chant made up of the dance
In rimeless lines of unequal length he celebrates the glory of God in the firmament, soars into celestial space and winds up with a vision of the last great cataclysm.
In rimeless lines of unequal length he celebrates the glory of