Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
OE. ryme, rime, AS. rīm, number; akin to OHG. rīm, number, succession, series, G. reim, rhyme. The modern sense is due to the influence of F. rime, which is of German origin, and originally the same word
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Properly rime (the hy being due to the influence of Rhythm)—A.S. rim, number, cog. with Old High Ger. rīm (Ger. reim).
So Amos had to fall a-rhyming again.
"Zodiac Town" by Nancy Byrd Turner
It is whimsical that he, who was soon to bid adieu to rhyme, should fix upon a measure in which rhyme abounds even to satiety.
"The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. in Nine Volumes" by Samuel Johnson
Like the counting-out rhymes, the game-rhymes are found in only slightly differing forms in widely divided countries and places.
"Children's Rhymes, Children's Games, Children's Songs, Children's Stories" by Robert Ford
The order in which rhymes occur is various.
"Elementary Guide to Literary Criticism" by F. V. N. Painter
They would come to us, these rhymes, curiously enough.
"The God of Love" by Justin Huntly McCarthy
Most children know the rhymes when they come to school and they will like to read them there.
"Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 10" by Charles Herbert Sylvester
Johnny helped me hunt out the rhymes.
"Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1907 to 1908" by Lucy Maud Montgomery
I know 'happy' and 'Patty' don't really rhyme, but what else could I put?
"The Nicest Girl in the School" by Angela Brazil
Keeping time in a rhyme.
"Assimilative Memory" by Marcus Dwight Larrowe (AKA Prof. A. Loisette)
On these two papers are rhymes, which we children have known by heart all our lives.
"Patty's Friends" by Carolyn Wells
When I am dead; in some lone after time,
If crosses come to thee,
You'll think -- remembering this simple rhyme --
"He holds a crown for me."
"M * * *" by Abram Joseph Ryan
In loftiest verse, in lowliest rhyme,
Shall strive unblamed the minstrel choir,---
The singers of the new-born time,
And trembling age with outworn lyre.
"On The Death Of President Garfield" by Oliver Wendell Holmes
This was the promise of May-time;
Wind-song and bird-song sweetly flowing
Over the thorn, like a love-rhyme,
Where buds were breaking and flowers were blowing.
"The Gold-Bird" by Maurice Thompson
Or shall I bring you, sweet,
Some ancient rhyme of lovers sore beset,
Whose joy is dead, whose sadness lingers yet,
That you may read, and sigh, and soon forget?
"Trifles" by John Charles McNeill
"He is my friend!" The words
Brought summer and the birds;
And all my winter-time
Thawed into running rhyme
And rippled into song,
Warm, tender, brave, and strong.
"My Friend" by James Whitcomb Riley
But thou, who soundest in my tune and rhyme,
Hast tones I wake not, in thy land and sea,
Loveliness not for me, secrets from me,
Thoughts for another, and another time.
"The Poet To Nature" by Alice Meynell
From his Jeremy Scott Adidas sneakers, snakeskin snapbacks and blinged-out accessories, the Harlem rhyme-spitter knows how to stay fresh.
Her first and last names rhyme quite nicely in a sing-song way — like 'Cheri Oteri' and 'Hakuna Matata,' but not like 'restraining order for posting to her Facebook wall,' which does not rhyme.
I didn't even know bedbugs were real—I thought "sleep tight, don't let the bedbugs bite" was a cute nursery rhyme.
But they're not the only ones in the genre with the chops to spit rhymes.
Nationals sign Will Rhymes to minor league deal, could bolster infield depth.
Hope students Turell Boyd, left, and Cody Thomas will rap "Inspiration" in front of 4,000 people, turning their anti- bullying message into rhyme.
The first question is if there are any available rhymes, puns, or other wordplay, which yup, plenty.
This year, there were numerous freestyle performances from both veterans and up-and-coming rhyme-slingers worth mentioning.
Royal Rhymes and Rounds SIGCD307.
This senior citizen choir busts a medley of squeaky- clean rhymes, and when it gets "hot in here" they take their robes off.
He even rhymes "handy" with "Olowokandi".
Nicki Minaj isn't afraid to get in your face with her rhymes, but Lord help whoever gets in hers.
SAN DIEGO – It's common for many people to find themselves eating and overeating without rhyme or reason, especially during the holiday season.
After listening to the story, The Cat in the Hat, the children wrote words rhyming with "cat" and "hat" on the white strips of their Dr Seuss hats.
This senior citizen choir busts a medley of squeaky-clean rhymes, and when it gets "hot in here" they take their robes off.
Second, there is no evident rhyme or reason to the hypercharge assignments.
Following this review of main themes and rhymes of this conference I would now like to summarize the main achievements.
Strange Quark Matter Theory