rimester

[ rahym-ster ]
/ ˈraɪm stər /
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noun

Definition for rimester (2 of 2)

rhymester

or rime·ster

[ rahym-ster ]
/ ˈraɪm stər /

noun

a writer of inferior verse; poetaster.

Origin of rhymester

First recorded in 1710–20; rhyme + -ster
SYNONYMS FOR rhymester
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Examples from the Web for rimester

  • The song was popular; some rimester in the Tonah Basin camp had written the parody for the tormenting of the drill crews.

    Two Thousand Miles Below|Charles Willard Diffin
  • Did you not ask, Madamoiselle, why against this one rimester a hundred men were sent?

    Cyrano de Bergerac|Edmond Rostand

British Dictionary definitions for rimester (1 of 2)

rimester

/ (ˈraɪmstə) /

noun

a variant spelling of rhymester

British Dictionary definitions for rimester (2 of 2)

rhymester

rimester rhymer or rimer (ˈraɪmə)

/ (ˈraɪmstə) /

noun

a poet, esp one considered to be mediocre or mechanical in diction; poetaster or versifier
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