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rhyme of two words spelled or pronounced identically but differing in meaning, as rain, reign; rich rhyme.
Also called full rhyme. rhyme between words in which the stressed vowels and any succeeding consonants are identical although the consonants preceding the stressed vowels may be different, as between part/hart or believe/conceive
a rhyme between two words that are pronounced the same although differing in meaning, as in bough/bow


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