rhyming couplet

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rhyming couplet (plural rhyming couplets)

  1. (literature) Two successive rhyming lines of verse, usually of the same length.
    • 2021 March 10, Greg Morse, “Telling the railway's story on film”, in RAIL, number 926, page 43:
      On one level, the joy of the film is its rhyming couplet commentary, written by the late Paul le Saux and read alternately by Howard Marion Crawford and Alan Wheatley, which adds rhythmic pace to the already fast-paced editing.

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