raɪm n. similarity of sound at the end of words or lines of poetry (also rhyme); word that ends with a sound similar to that of another word (also rhyme); thin white coating of ice crystals v. compose rhymes, write words or lines of poetry that end in similar sounds (also rhyme); be similar in sound, sound alike or identical (also rhyme); cover with frost, coat with a thin white layer of ice crystals

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