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rimes

n. (plural of rime English) vb. (en-third-person singular of: rime)

Usage examples of "rimes".

He remembered his head aching, remembered Rimes getting the coffeepot.

The coffee tasted good, and when Rimes started frying bacon his stomach growled.

He had worried about their smoke being seen until Rimes told him it was covered by brush and a cedar that leaned above it.

When Jonas followed Rimes into the room John Lang was standing before the fireplace, facing them.

As far as I know, my life began half an hour or so before I got on the train where Rimes found me.

At times Harry could be charming, but at other rimes he got too rough for Nicholas's taste.

Amos had Anthony use his magic three rimes a day, at sunrise, noon, and sunset, to correct his course.

Every visitor who came to the house paid his tribute to the melancholy mood of the hostess, and then amused himself with society gossip, dancing, intellectual games, and bouts rimes, which were in vogue at the Karagins'.

She finally found a local station along the Alabama line, playing a long string of LeAnn Rimes, including “Blue,” one of Rinker’s favorites.

Going past the ’Bama border, she looked for the country station that had featured LeAnn Rimes, but it was an AM station and she lost it in the static of the thunderstorms closing in from the west.