berhyme

transitive verb be·rhyme \bi-ˈrīm, bē-\
variants: or

berime

\bi-ˈrīm, bē-\

Definition of berhyme

archaic

  1. :  to use as the subject of a rhyme; especially :  to lampoon in rhyming verse

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Origin and Etymology of berhyme

be- + rhyme, rime


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