rhyming dictionary

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rhyming dictionary

Post by PrimeRhyme » Fri Nov 01, 2013 2:08 am

hello all songwriters.

to all of you who utilize a rhyming dictionary from time to time, i have created this new one, which i think is one of the best, honestly.

judge for yourself at www.prime-rhyme.com , happy rhyming :)

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Re: rhyming dictionary

Post by dscoyne » Thu Mar 06, 2014 5:35 pm

Nice work! However, I do better with Merriam-Webster's Rhyming Dictionary. An example:

I looked for a rhyme for "excerpt." None of the words that came up on your site are actually a perfect rhyme from a vowel standpoint. Merriam-Webster quickly gave me:

Burped, chirped, slurped usurped.

Actually, I looked up rhymes for urp...sometimes you have to figure out an extension. When I tried the same thing on your site, I got none of those words. You are listing a lot of words that have a totally different vowel sound.....not really the best thing for a near rhyme.

Keep working at it.....it's coming along. Good luck!

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