Rhymist Rhym"ist, n. A rhymer; a rhymester. --Johnston. [1913 Webster]

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  • rhyme — noun 1》 correspondence of sound between words or the endings of words, especially when used in poetry.     ↘a word with the same sound as another. 2》 a short poem with rhyming lines.     ↘rhyming poetry or verse. verb 1》 (of a word, syllable, or… …   English new terms dictionary

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  • rhymester — /ˈraɪmstə/ (say ruymstuh) noun a maker of rhyme or verse, especially of an inferior order; a poetaster. Also, rimester, rhymist. {rhyme + ster} …   Australian English dictionary

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