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triple rhyme

Syllabification: tri·ple rhyme

Definition of triple rhyme in English:

noun

A feminine rhyme involving one stressed and two unstressed syllables in each rhyming line.
Example sentences
  • Hidden rhymes may be single, double or triple rhymes in just the same way as whole word rhymes.
  • In any case, the poem turns out to be a variant of terza rima, with triple rhyme and three lines per stanza, but unorthodox in its positioning of rhymes.
  • Feminine rhyme isn't necessarily associated with comic effect, although triple rhyme is.

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