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We have packaged a simple tool to provide word rhyming using pure web browser-based technology.

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Anyone know that rhymes are used by poets and occasionally by prose writers?

Or how well they produce sounds appealing to the reader’s senses and unify and establish a poem’s stanzaic form?.

Is Rhyme, also spelled Rime, the correspondence of two or more words with similar-sounding final syllables placed so as to echo one another?.

Would you always use rhymes when you are writing poems and need some ideas for endings?.

Where in poems or short story quotes, can they take place digitally (on computer, online)?

Or it can they just be done with paper?.

Does rhyming can give rhythm to a poem or is it the other way around?.

Can the tool on this correspondence help you in generating ideas?.

A rhyme is a repetition of similar sounds in the final stressed syllables of two or more words.

Most often, this kind of perfect rhyming is used for effect in the final positions of lines of poems and songs.

A rhyme may also variously refer to other types of similar sounds near the ends of two or more words.

A synonym is a word, morpheme, or phrase that means exactly or nearly the same as another word, morpheme, or phrase in the same language.

Antonyms are usually meant to be opposites but in general they can lie on the same scale but at the ends, for example, hot and cold.

A homophone, is a word that are spelled differently but sound the same e.g. “sew” and “sow”.

An oronym is a word or phrase that sounds the same as another word or phrase.

I scream / “ice cream” .

that’s tough  / “that stuff” .

four candles/ “fork handles” .

Rhymes are not internationally translatable.

Some languages are easy for rhymes, others not.


Word rhyming tool

This is a tool to provide rhyming English words from any suggestion or randomly.

Useful for poetry nearly always.

It also displays synonyms and antonyms where available.

As a bonus, an image will be displayed related to the selected word.

The Window Perfume

a door is now through --

so that its warmth reflect strength

my love is a smile

By Mark Anthony