a rhyme created by two or more words in the same line of verse.
a rhyme created by words within two or more lines of a verse.
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’ …
- internal relation,
- internal resistance,
- internal respiration,
- internal revenue,
- internal revenue service,
- internal secretion,
- internal spermatic artery,
- internal sphincter muscle of anus,
- internal stress,
- internal thoracic vein
Origin of internal rhyme
First recorded in 1900–05
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prosody rhyme that occurs between words within a verse line
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