Rhyme in a sentence as a noun

The shapes change, the effects change, and there's no rhyme or reason.

I blame you if my function signatures all start to rhyme.

A failure perhaps To detect that rhyme scheme?

It wasn't obvious to me that the rhyme scheme is an input field.

In this case, though, I consoled myself that at least it created a rhyme.

As Mark Twain said "History doesn't repeat itself, but it does rhyme.

History doesn't repeat itself, but it does rhyme.

Is this the same Apple that routinely pulls apps from the app store without rhyme or reason?

I promised I didn't intend to rhyme in the previous sentence.

I watched them very closely, and there seemed to be no rhyme or reason for their behavior.

Rhyme in a sentence as a verb

They're casting around for security issues widely without rhyme or reason.

Here the grammatically correct lie gives a lovely rhyme between the middles of lines 3 and 4: I want to stand with you on a mountain. I want to bathe with you in the sea. I want to lie like this forever, Until the sky falls down on me...

His rhymes and rhyme schemes are usually fairly simple and his topics aren't particularly striking.

Unless you have a citation for its being used in the East End, to comply with EU labelling requirements you should rather say that it is "Cockney-style rhyme-based language product".

We shouldn't be distracted too much by history when analyzing contemporary events - "History does not repeat itself, but it does rhyme.

So check out my github and star a thing or two plus fork my repos but hey, no pycon stuff And as I finish up rhymes and downvotes creep I say hola to my peeps and go back to work.

To all my homies commenting in hacker news I just brought a little rhyme that it helped me do Cause when I bust all around even PG looks and every hacker here says Go orange go.

I do think it's nice I poke and I jest This mu'fuckin thingy It's really the best Despite the bad rhymes Showing up on the right I think this here app Is tighter than tight Do you not see wrong words?

I'm not a woman, nor a sex worker, nor someone resembling Larry, but I've seen enough of these issues to know that when complaints like these arise, there's most often a valid rhyme and reason behind it.

Rhyme definitions


correspondence in the sounds of two or more lines (especially final sounds)

See also: rime


a piece of poetry

See also: verse


compose rhymes

See also: rime


be similar in sound, especially with respect to the last syllable; "hat and cat rhyme"

See also: rime