Third-person singular simple present indicative form of rime.(verb)
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Use "rimes" in a sentence
"There was an event months ago where one of Senator John McCain's supporters stood up and said how do we beat the "B" word rimes with rich."
"On winning formulas, The New Yorker recently profiled British inventor and entrepreneur, James Dyson, who conquered the American vacuum market with a device three rimes more expensive than his rivals 'products."
"When frost rimes the trees outside my Library window, I cheer myself by thinking of summers past and summers yet to come."