See under feminine rhyme.
Does Anything Rhyme With “Orange”?The rumor that orange doesn't rhyme with any other word is (unfortunately?) incorrect.
This American Children’s Rhyme Isn’t So American After All . . .Remember eeny, meeny, miney, moe? A group of kids get together to play a game of Tag. Or, maybe they’re in the middle of a kickball game and the ball’s flown over into nasty Mr. Hunchguts’ yard. In both scenarios, who is it? Which of the rosy-faced children will be designated the chaser in Tag, or the (gulp) fetcher of the kickball from haunted Hunchguts’ …
Definition for double rhyme (2 of 2)
a rhyme either of two syllables of which the second is unstressed (double rhyme), as in motion, notion, or of three syllables of which the second and third are unstressed (triple rhyme), as in fortunate, importunate.
Origin of feminine rhyme
First recorded in 1865–70
Also called female rhyme.
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Examples from the Web for double rhyme
He is not satisfied, ample as it may seem, with his double-rhyme harmony.The Flourishing of Romance and the Rise of Allegory|George Saintsbury
British Dictionary definitions for double rhyme
prosody a rhyme between words in which one, two, or more unstressed syllables follow a stressed one, as in elation, nation or merrily, verilyCompare masculine rhyme
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