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To rhyme is to end in the same final vowel sound and consonant sound, if any, as another word. For example, "crown" rhymes with "frown".

Rhyming is a favored technique of poets and playwrights.

Where words have the same vowel sound but different consonant sounds, e.g. "space" and "flame", they are said to half-rhyme or assonate.

Online dictionaries that provide words that rhyme with an inputted word are freely available.[1]

See also


  1. http://www.rhymer.com/