rhyme

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Pronunciation[change]

Homophones[change]

Verb[change]

Plain form
rhyme

Third-person singular
rhymes

Past tense
rhymed

Past participle
rhymed

Present participle
rhyming

  1. If two words rhyme the end of the words sounds the same.
    The words "day" and "way" rhyme.
  2. If you rhyme, you say words that rhyme.
    Rhyming is a good way to remember some things.

Noun[change]

Singular
rhyme

Plural
rhymes

  1. A rhyme is two words (or a word and a phrase) that end with the same sound, including at least one vowel sound.
    "Agree" and "degree" make a rhyme, and "rhyme" and "time" are also a rhyme.

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