What does the word rhyme mean?
Idk how to explain it but like Cow Pow is rhyming, they have the same syllables and sound alike.
Hmmm.... quite hard to explain, sort of like words that sound slightly alike but isn't. E.g:
A word, or words that contain the same vowel, and letters at the end.
Do you mean how do you use the word "rhyme" in a sentence, or how do you make a rhyme? You can make any sentence rhyme just by using a similar sounding word to whatever you're trying to rhyme. For example, "rhyme" sounds like "time" or "mime" or "lime" so you could make a rhyme with any of those words (or even more rhyming sounds if you don't like those three). You could say "I…
Technically, it isn't one, all because of the simple fact that the word, "Rhyme" does not have any syllables. So there cant be any words that consists of that word to be one of syllables to fit in another word to rhyme with the basic term "Rhyme" ANS2: Eh, come again? I must say that it is difficult to understand what answer #1 is going on about. "It is time to rhyme." meets the requirements…
Perhaps you meant to write "rime" and "rhyme." Actually, the first word (rime) is just an older spelling of the word most of us today call a "rhyme," and they mean the same thing-- they refer to words that have repetitive sounds-- such as may and play; or fire and tire. These rhymes are often contained in certain types of poems.