Correct spelling for RHYMN

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Possible correct spellings for rhymn

  • hymen From this circumstance the Romans up to the present day call upon Talasius in their marriage-songs, as the Greeks do upon Hymen; for Talasius is said to have been fortunate in his wife.
  • hymn He heard the two Wrinkles, with cracked voices, singing a hymn as they sat in their rocking-chairs on the porch.
  • rhyme "It's only five lines, and one rhyme.
  • rhymed At last, he coaxed his mother to talk of the Glassmanikin; but she could only tell him what he already knew, being able to quote only the first line of the rhymed incantation, although she informed him, at length, that the goblin showed himself only to those born on a Sunday between the hours of eleven and two.
  • rhymer The two poets who have done them most harm, in teaching the evil trick of cursing and swearing, are Shelley and the Corn-Law Rhymer; and one can well imagine how seducing two such models must be, to men struggling to utter their own complaints.
  • rhyming The last of them, Matthew of Westminster, finished his work in 1273. About 1300 Robert, a monk of Gloucester, composed a chronicle in English verse, following in the main the authority of the Latin chronicles, and he was succeeded by other rhyming chroniclers in the 14th century.
  • roman Are you a Roman?
  • Ramon He himself began to wonder whence they had come: by now, it seemed to him, both Big Run and San Ramon must have emptied themselves like bags of wheat slashed with a knife.
  • Ryan "I'm a thousand times obliged to you," he said to Ryan.
  • rhymes These, it may be explained, may be rhymes, romances, or the biggest lies that can be recalled.

4 words made from the letters rhymn

4 letter words made from rhymn:

rhyn, hymn, hrny.

3 letter words made from rhymn:

nmr.

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