Definition of 'rhyme'
Example sentences containing 'rhyme'
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Was there any rhyme or reason to the lists? Smithsonian Mag (2017)With his voice kept in condition by singing loads of nursery rhymes, those concerts will be a doddle. The Sun (2016)One of the last things she was able to do, in fact, was to sing nursery rhymes with her granddaughter. Times, Sunday Times (2016)History rarely repeats itself but it often rhymes. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You could make it rhyme or make it seasonal or current. The Sun (2014)With such a restricted musical language his ideal subjects should be train timetables or nursery rhymes. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There was rhythm and rhyme before written language. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There seems no rhyme or reason why our beautiful game finds itself in such a mess. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The changes proposed did not have much rhyme or reason about them. Paul VI - The First Modern Pope (1993)There is little rhyme or reason about the links between these melancholic vignettes. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He professed to feeling proudest of all about lending his name to rhyming slang. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There is a gloss upon this rhyme that makes it perhaps a little clearer. What the Bee Knows - reflections on myth, symbol and story (1989)Hide under the duvet singing nursery rhymes to yourself? Times, Sunday Times (2016)There is no rhyme or reason to it. The Sun (2007)His team includes a cop who speaks in rhyming poetry and a huge woman who can sleep standing up. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He did not always use rhyme. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Understand form and rhyme and metre. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Do you use a rhyming dictionary? Times, Sunday Times (2006)While history rarely repeats itself, it often rhymes. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Those are Americans to those of you not versed in the poetry of rhyming slang. The Sun (2011)The rhymes and rhythms lure you onwards - but you often land up in a sombre place. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I put my heart and soul into those verses and rhymes. The Sun (2013)If you jump into this play head first and go for the romance of rhyme, the verse comes alive. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Remember the old nursery rhyme? Times, Sunday Times (2008)Stories ran about her for months in the national press and poems and nursery rhymes echoed around the North East about her. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'rhyme'
British English: rhyme VERB
If one word rhymes with another or if two words rhyme, they have a very similar sound. Words that rhyme with each other are often used in poems.
They gave their children names that rhyme.
British English: rhyme NOUN
A rhyme is a word which rhymes with another word, or a set of lines which rhyme.
The one rhyme for passion is fashion.
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