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Jun
25
comment What is deliberately using complex sentences to confuse people called?
xkcd.com/1322
Jun
25
accepted Rhyme that matches the entire last syllable
Jun
25
comment Rhyme that matches the entire last syllable
@JanusBahsJacquet Hebrew words are predominantly accented on the last syllable anyway so this issue isn't common then. What I asked about is what I meant at the time to ask about, though I then tried to find examples of such poetry with rhymes using words stressed on the penultimate syllable and found that not all poems matched both syllables. So while your suggested terms are interesting and certainly related, I stand with my original question. Thank you for your assistance.
Jun
19
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Jun
19
comment Rhyme that matches the entire last syllable
@TusharRaj Support and report are not feminine rhyme, but support and abort are masculine rhyme (as I understand the terms). This is somewhere in between I think.
Jun
19
asked Rhyme that matches the entire last syllable
Nov
18
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Jul
7
comment Is there a polite way of saying “people like you”?
You could say "People like you, and I am proud to count myself among them."
Jun
16
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Dec
15
comment Why does the Sudan have a “the” in the name?
Don't forget The Gambia.
Oct
24
revised What word am I looking for (similar to “subset”)
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24
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Aug
19
comment Anglicization from Hebrew
Another way to distinguish the guttural ch from the English ch (as in the English word such) is to use the dotted Ḥ.
Aug
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Jun
4
revised Origins of the phrase “How killing!”
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