verb (used with object), rimed, rim·ing.
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Origin of rime1
OTHER WORDS FROM rimerimeless, adjective
Words nearby rime
Definition for rime (2 of 2)
noun, verb (used with or without object), rimed, rim·ing.
Example sentences from the Web for rime
This coated the entire upper surface of the ship with a layer of rime ice.Explainer: Rainbows, fogbows and their eerie cousins|Matthew Cappucci|May 1, 2020|Science News For Students
Perhaps such a rime may have passed in Northern English, but certainly not in Midland.
Even the scribe has seen this, and has altered were to ware, to give a rime to the eye.
Further, as the rime is a double one, the word have must be inserted, to fill up the line.
Moreover, the rime is a false one, since swote and aboute have different vowel-sounds.
To get a rime to abrede or abreed, abroad, read forwerreyd; see l. 3251.