Definition of Monorhymes

1. Noun. (plural of monorhyme) ¹



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Definition of Monorhymes

1. monorhyme [n] - See also: monorhyme

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Monorhymes

monorchidism
monorchidisms
monorchids
monorchism
monorden
monorecidive
monorecidive chancre
monoreduction
monoreme
monoremes
monorganic
monorhina
monorhinic
monorhyme
monorhymed
monorhymes (current term)
monorubidium
monos
monosaccharide
monosaccharide transport proteins
monosaccharides
monosaccharose
monosaturated
monoscelous
monoscenism
monoscopic
monose
monoseme
monosemic
monosemous

Literary usage of Monorhymes

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1. A Whimsey Anthology by Carolyn Wells (1906)
"monorhymes UNDER THE TREES Promptly one sees shake in the breeze Stately lime-avenues haunted of bees: Where, looking far over ..."

2. English Literature: From the Norman Conquest to Chaucer by William Henry Schofield (1906)
"... the most significant (in five-line strophes, monorhymes) being by Gamier du Pont St. Maxence, a Frenchman, who, however, journeyed to England for ..."

3. Early English Prose Romances: With Bibliographical and Historical Introductions by William John Thoms (1858)
"... of Robert le Diable underwent this process, and in this new form it consists of two hundred and fifty-four strophes, each consisting of four monorhymes. ..."

4. English Writers: An Attempt Towards a History of English Literature by Henry Morley, William Hall Griffin (1888)
"Thus the long romance Robert the Devil, first versified in the thirteenth century, became a dit of 254 strophes, each consisting of four monorhymes. ..."

5. A Survey of English Literature 1780-1880 by Oliver Elton (1920)
"monorhymes on Catullus, Frater Ave atque Vale, are akin to them; and, what is not easy, he manages to unite tenderness with resonance. ..."

6. A Dictionary of Science, Literature, & Art: Comprising the Definitions and by George William Cox (1866)
"This species of composition ie said to owe its invention to Benin, who wrote in Latin, and fir Ucated his monorhymes to Pope Alexander Ш. ..."

7. The Art of Versification by Joseph Berg Esenwein, Mary Eleanor Roberts Roberts (1920)
"(13) monorhymes To MRS. THRALE ON HER THIRTY-FIFTH BIRTHDAY Oft in danger, yet alive, We are come to thirty-five; Long may better years arrive, Better years ..."

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