Rime

Common misspellings for rime:

regiime, cime, rimary, crome, rumed, friom, rtime, remem, romer, rizer, roumer, rume, freame, ramesh, rname, rammie, rome, rame, pime, ciome, larimer, roomey, roame, rhymne, reilm, time, ryhme, drime, soime, ramey, roomthe, rmore, reigeme, remein, rhimes, prme, aime, ryme, nime, zima, shrim, armie, regeime, rumage, wime, tiome, remoe, ime, regim, rememb, harrme, rize, romen, preeme, rigime, rsume, frima, siome, romace, criem, hime, brimm, grame, wrimed, 000rpm, roemo, srome, horome, suoreme, 1time, romove, rhome, rie, rumer, ribe, remet, sreme, robim, remve, rythim, roome, remice, rire, riims, reice, rhyeme, rediem, wriye, reigm, cirme, rusume, rythme, rthe, rumar, roiom, wramer, frrame, rice, vimeo, drame, rhymme, criime, tyrome, rymh, yime, rhme, regeme, remer, whime, sreem, rige, rhytim, redem, rhime, rhytme, sime, rmoire, rme, rhume, riif, riman, riyt, rymhe, rehome, trimer, romoe, ehme, remmer, lime, remeo, racim, nwme, ragiem, brame, wrire, reume, grimey, regiume, craime, rmeo, ramze, romae, rahim, romell, rhyem, wromg, rymth, rummer, reigme, resme, ryhem, radme, chrime, reimer, romve, ciema, resime, rytheme, rieke, ramah, rymed, fime, regieme, rioom, reme, trime, trimm, relme, ride, rithm, romoeo, frmae, rithe, rasim, arome, rine, romio, routime, gimme, primie, regem, rimeber, riim, rimu, rytem, gime, realme, ramge, pri'me, firme, rasome, imee, grome, horim, himw, i'me, jarome, jime, larime, prrime, rpime, remke, remb, resimae, ryphme, rizo, romel, roomie, simm, rsmo, rthem, ti'me, waremer, 5ime, 4ime, rjme, rkme, r9me, r8me, rije, rimd, rimr, rim4, rim3, rfime, 5rime, r5ime, 4rime, r4ime, ruime, riume, rjime, rijme, rkime, rikme, roime, r9ime, ri9me, r8ime, ri8me, rinme, rimne, rimje, rimwe, rimew, rimse, rimes, rimde, rimre, rim4e, rime4, rim3e, rime3, irme, riime, rimme, 2ime, zime, vime, rmme, ri-e, riie, rimg, rayeme, reyeme, r ime, ri me, rim e.

Usage examples for rime

  1. By the rime on his wings he has gone into the line of frost.  The Boy Who Knew What The Birds Said by Padraic Colum
  2. This stanza contains seven lines instead of six: the rime- scheme is as follows: a, b, a, b, b, c, c.  An Introduction to Shakespeare by H. N. MacCracken F. E. Pierce W. H. Durham
  3. After these he read a vulgar rime about an execution, pretending to be largely amused, making flat jokes of his own, and sometimes explaining elaborately where was no occasion.  What's Mine's Mine by George MacDonald
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