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Masculine Rhyme Most common On stressed syllables (usu. vowel) At the end of verse lines Examples: –delay/staylove/above
Feminine Rhyme —double rhyme A rhyme on two syllables, the first stressed, the other unstressed (trochaic) Example: –mother/another
Dactylic Rhyme Rhyme on three syllables—the first stressed and the second and third stressed Examples: cacophonies, Aristophanes
Truncated Rhyme When a trochaic or dactylic rhyme ends on a stressed syllable due to a shortening of the unstressed syllables
Slant Rhyme — (a.k.a. half-rhyme, forced rhyme, imperfect rhyme, near rhyme) Where the vowel sounds do not match Example: love/have breed/dread
Eye Rhyme spellings match, but the sounds do not Example: love/prove cough/bough
End Rhyme Obviously, appears at the end of a line
Internal Rhyme Rhyme between syllables in the same line Example: Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered weak and weary
Alliteration Repetition of initial consonant sounds Example: The soul selects her own society.
Assonance Repetition of vowel sounds Example: –Open/broken –Shake/hate
Consonance Repetition of identical or similar consonants in neighboring words whose vowel sounds are different Example: rabies/robbers middle/muddle, wonder/wander
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