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  • Rhyming — Rhyme Rhyme, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Rhymed};p. pr. & vb. n. {Rhyming}.] [OE. rimen, rymen, AS. r[=i]man to count: cf. F. rimer to rhyme. See {Rhyme}, n.] 1. To make rhymes, or verses. Thou shalt no longer ryme. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] There marched …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • rhyming — adj. Rhyming is used with these nouns: ↑slang, ↑verse, ↑word …   Collocations dictionary

  • rhyming — slang noun (U) a way of talking, used especially by cockneys (=people from east London), in which you use words or phrases that rhyme with the words you mean, instead of using the normal words. For example, plates of meat is rhyming slang for… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • rhyming — adjective having corresponding sounds especially terminal sounds rhymed verse rhyming words • Syn: ↑rhymed, ↑riming • Ant: ↑unrhymed (for: ↑rhymed) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Rhyming slang — is a form of phrase construction in the English language and is especially prevalent in dialectal British English from the East End of London; hence the alternative name, Cockney rhyming slang. The construction involves replacing a common word… …   Wikipedia

  • rhyming slang — ► NOUN ▪ a type of slang that replaces words with rhyming words or phrases, typically with the rhyming element omitted (e.g. butcher s, short for butcher s hook, meaning ‘look’) …   English terms dictionary

  • rhyming slang — n [U] BrE a way of talking, used especially by ↑cockneys (=people from east London) , in which you use words or phrases that rhyme with the words you mean, instead of using the normal words. For example, plates of meat is rhyming slang for feet …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • rhyming slang — is a type of slang of cockney origin in which a word is replaced by words or phrases which rhyme with it, e.g. apples and pears (= stairs), plates of meat (= feet), and trouble and strife (= wife). The rhyming words are sometimes arbitrary (as in …   Modern English usage

  • Rhyming Chroniclers — Rhyming Chroniclers, a series of writers who flourished in England in the 13th century, and related histories of the country in rhyme, in which the fabulous occupies a conspicuous place, among which Layamon s Brut (1205) takes the lead. One of… …   Wikipedia

  • rhyming slang — n. a form of language play, esp. as used by cockneys, in which a phrase is substituted for a single word with which the last word of the phrase rhymes (Ex.: trouble and strife used for wife, apples and pears for stairs) …   English World dictionary

  • rhyming slang — noun slang that replaces words with rhyming words or expressions and then typically omits the rhyming component Cockney rhyming slang • Hypernyms: ↑slang, ↑cant, ↑jargon, ↑lingo, ↑argot, ↑patois, ↑vernacular * * …   Useful english dictionary

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