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double rhyme

Syllabification: dou·ble rhyme

Definition of double rhyme in English:

noun

A feminine rhyme involving one stressed and one unstressed syllable in each rhyming line.
Example sentences
  • The double rhyme has, I think, an advantage over the single, were it not for its greater difficulty.

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