Close rhyme

  • A close rhyme consists of two rhyming words that are consecutive or very close together in a phrase or line. Many common expressions are close rhymed—for example, wear and tear, high and dry, double trouble, clip-clop, mumbo jumbo.


    Here are a few examples of close rhyme in poetry:

    tingling strings


    clouds strew flowers round

    listener, who listens


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