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What does the literary term feminine rhyme mean?

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Feminine Rhyme is a rhyme between words in which one, two, or more unstressed sylla...
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Jack and Jill went up the hill to have some hanky panky. Silly Jill forgot her pill And now there's little Frankie.
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d: grumbling / rumbling. is a true feminine rime.
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The most famous example is "whale-road" as a poetic reference to the sea. Another example is "Thor-Weapon" as a reference to a smith's hammer.
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