- rhyme in which the stressed vowels and all following consonants and vowels are identical, but the consonants preceding the rhyming vowels are different, as in chain, brain; soul, pole.
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Its first beginnings are found in the Latin ecclesiastical hymns, and these soon developed into real or full-rhyme.A History of English Versification