5 thoughts on “The New Comprehensive American Rhyming Dictionary

  1. I’ve checked out several different rhyming dictionaries over the years, and this is my favorite. It’s well organized and comprehensive. The rhyming words under each rhyme are ordered by syllable, one-syllable words appearing first, then two-syllable words, etc. And what’s really great is that entries are not restricted to single words, but phrases are included, as well. For example, under the rhyme ‘ENT’ you get things like ‘came and went’, ‘heart’s content’ and ‘age of consent’ in addition to s

  2. I participated in National Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo) this year. I didn’t want my rhymes to be run-of-the-mill or boring so I checked out several rhyming dictionaries from my library. At first, I thought a book with 85,000 words would be better than one with 65,000 but I was wrong. It all depends on how many of those words are useful to you. This book was by far the easiest to use and contained more useful words than any of the others. I love it! What I like best is that you look up the so

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