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How to know if something rhymes?

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  • How to know if something rhymes?

    Hello Rhyme Zone!

    English is my second language and I want to develop it, and my writing (poetry, lyrics, etc.). But the real problem for me currently is knowing whether or not something actually rhymes. To give an example. Of cause something like 'hitting and quitting' rhymes but sometimes I find it more tricky, now I'm a fan of hip hop as well and in a certain song called 'Hoody Season' Jordan is rhymed with scoring. Like so:
    Polo hoody and the Jordan hoody
    Got it down town cocaine scoring hoody
    And I don't really hear it, so to get to the point is there any way to know for certain if something rhymes, and what are the rules? or do you just go by the sound of it and hope for the best?

    Peace and thanks in advance!

    Kind Regards The Novice

  • #2
    You can try this page to see if there are any trouble with your rhymes friend! Frequently use that page myself, really recommend, never dissapoints me.


    • #3
      This helps also.

      But I recommend using the "Find rhymes (advanced)" option. To me, it's better.


      • #4
        Poetry dictionary has its own rhyming scheme that sounds useless at the first sight. This may sound like a silly question: how to know if something rhymes? Don't you think so? There are many instances where poems are composed from correct rhymes and but not when the same is being done in other areas including lyrics. In this article you will find out how to determine whether something rhymes or not?