Simple past tense and past participle of rhyme. (verb)
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Use "rhymed" in a sentence
"_Moor_, and _More_: and when he says that his good nature towards the dunces was so great that he had even "rhymed for Moor" (Ib.v. 373.), I cannot but suspect that the Moor _for_ whom he had _rhymed_, was the"
"A few days after Chantal had been christened, Roald realized her name rhymed with Dahl and renamed her Tessa."
"I fear I'm repeating them when I say that this comedy in rhymed verse does an all-too effective job in creating a boor who outstays his welcome."