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Rhyming two words with one
2012/12/29
6:25am
fritzwetherbee
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Anyone know if there is a word or phrase for rhyming a single word with two words?

 

ie. … Beans could get no keener re-

ception in a beanery…

 

 

 

2012/12/29
5:12pm
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RobertB
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Holorime – does it with whole words or fragments

“In Ayrshire hill areas, a cruise, eh, lass?”
“Inertia, hilarious, accrues, hélas!”
Miles Kington, “A Lowlands Holiday Ends in Enjoyable Inactivity”.
“Poor old Dali loped with an amazin’ raging cyst, as
poor Roald Dahl eloped with Anna-May’s enraging sisters.”
—the final line from an unpublished short story by translator Steven F. Smith about the attempts of Salvador Dali and Roald Dahl to woo a pair of Americans.
Copy right infraction? But it seems a big crime to see this and not propagate.
2012/12/30
5:40am
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Mosaic rhyme.