Rhymeless

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rhyme or rime (raɪm)
 
n
1.  identity of the terminal sounds in lines of verse or in words
2.  a word that is identical to another in its terminal sound: ``while'' is a rhyme for ``mile''
3.  a verse or piece of poetry having corresponding sounds at the ends of the lines: the boy made up a rhyme about his teacher
4.  any verse or piece of poetry
5.  rhyme or reason sense, logic, or meaning: this proposal has no rhyme or reason
 
vb
6.  to use (a word) or (of a word) to be used so as to form a rhyme; be or make identical in sound
7.  to render (a subject) into rhyme
8.  to compose (verse) in a metrical structure
 
[C12: from Old French rime, from rimer to rhyme, from Old High German rīm a number; spelling influenced by rhythm]
 
rime or rime
 
n
 
vb
 
[C12: from Old French rime, from rimer to rhyme, from Old High German rīm a number; spelling influenced by rhythm]
 
'rhymeless or rime
 
adj
 
'rimeless or rime
 
adj

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rhymeless

adjective
not having rhyme; "writing unrhymed blank verse is like playing tennis without a net" [syn: unrhymed] [ant: rhymed
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