rime suffisante

noun rime suf·fi·sante \ˌrēmˌsüfēˈzäⁿt\

Definition of rime suffisante


rimes suffisantes

  1. :  end rhyme produced by agreement in sound of an accented final vowel and following final consonant or consonants if any in English, dip and ship, flee and see are rimes suffisantes —distinguished from rime riche

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Origin and Etymology of rime suffisante

French, literally, sufficient rhyme

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