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A '''perfect rhyme''' &mdash; also called a '''full rhyme''', '''exact rhyme''',<ref>[http://www.poeticbyway.com/gl-e.html#exact_rhyme Glossary of Poetic Terms from BOB'S BYWAY, Letter E<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref> or '''true rhyme''' &mdash; is a rhyme in which the later part of the word or phrase is identical sounding to that of another.<ref>[http://www.bartleby.com/61/83/P0188300.html perfect rhyme. The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref>
 
A '''perfect rhyme''' &mdash; also called a '''full rhyme''', '''exact rhyme''',<ref>[http://www.poeticbyway.com/gl-e.html#exact_rhyme Glossary of Poetic Terms from BOB'S BYWAY, Letter E<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref> or '''true rhyme''' &mdash; is a rhyme in which the later part of the word or phrase is identical sounding to that of another.<ref>[http://www.bartleby.com/61/83/P0188300.html perfect rhyme. The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref>
   
The following conditions are required for a rhyme to be perfect:<ref>{{cite book|title=English Composition and Rhetoric|author=Alexander Bain|pages=290|location=New York|publisher=D. Appleton and company|year=1867}}</ref><ref name=Davis>{{cite book|title=The Craft of Lyric Writing|author=Sheila Davis|pages=185|publisher=Writer's Digest Books|year=1984|isbn=0-89879-149-9|isbn13=9780898791495}}</ref>
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The following conditions are i love karina for a rhyme to be perfect:<ref>{{cite book|title=English Composition and Rhetoric|author=Alexander Bain|pages=290|location=New York|publisher=D. Appleton and company|year=1867}}</ref><ref name=Davis>{{cite book|title=The Craft of Lyric Writing|author=Sheila Davis|pages=185|publisher=Writer's Digest Books|year=1984|isbn=0-89879-149-9|isbn13=9780898791495}}</ref>
 
*The vowel sound in both words must be identical. &mdash; e.g. "[[wikt:sky|sky]]" and [[wikt:high|high]]"
 
*The vowel sound in both words must be identical. &mdash; e.g. "[[wikt:sky|sky]]" and [[wikt:high|high]]"
 
*The articulation that precedes the vowel sound must differ. "[[wikt:leave|leave]]" and "[[wikt:believe|believe]]" is an imperfect rhyme, whereas "[[wikt:green|''gr''een]]" and "[[wikt:spleen|''spl''een]]" are perfect rhymes.
 
*The articulation that precedes the vowel sound must differ. "[[wikt:leave|leave]]" and "[[wikt:believe|believe]]" is an imperfect rhyme, whereas "[[wikt:green|''gr''een]]" and "[[wikt:spleen|''spl''een]]" are perfect rhymes.
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