Full or perfect rhyme two or more words or phrases share the same last stressed vowel and all sounds following that vowel example: TOWel / VOWel, aBOARD / igNORED
Masculine rhyme if the last stressed vowel is the last syllable (so both halves of the rhyme pair are stressed (accented) syllable example: aRISE / surPRISE
Feminine rhyme if the last stressed vowel is followed by one or more unstressed syllables example: RAPidly / VApidly
Slant (or half) rhyme either the stressed vowel or the sounds following it differ and dont match
Eg: BITE / FIRE (only the long i sound, the stressed vowel, matches; consonants differ)
COURage/BUNKer (only match is the UR sound of our and er)
Leonine rhyme a kind of internal rhyme in which the last word before the caesura (the pause) rhymes with the last word in the line example: The sky. A plane in the sky.
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