What is a sentence with two words that rhyme?
The doggy felt froggy, and the froggy went to the boggy.
A rhyme is repetition of words that sound similar. You can group rhyming words such as: cook, book, look, etc. In a poetry, It would be a sentence followed by another with two words that rhyme, occurring at the end of the sentences. Ex. I think of you often in the fondest way; I cherish you more than I ever could say.
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…