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  • rhyming The three rhyming words, and the mode in which the stanzas are looped together, added greatly to the difficulty. That's anonymous with rhymin' and combine with perfect timin' – As I Em by asher roth
  • riming Caedmon (k[)a]d'mon), life; works; his Paraphrase; school of Cain Callista Calvert, Raisley Camden, William Campaign, The Campion, Thomas Canterbury Tales; plan of; prologue; Dryden's criticism of Canynge's coffer Carew, Thomas Carlyle; life; works; style and message Carols, in early plays Casa Guidi Windows (kae'sae gw[=e]'d[=e]) Castell of Perseverance Castle of Indolence Cata Cavalier poets Caxton; specimen of printing Celtic legends Chanson de Gestes Chanson de Roland Chapman, George; his Homer; Keats's sonnet on Chatterton, Thomas Chaucer, how to read; life; works; form of his poetry; melody; compared with Spenser Chaucer, Age of: history; writers; summary; selections for reading; bibliography; questions on; chronology Chester plays Cheyne Row Childe Harold Child's Garden of Verses Chocilaicus (k[=o]-kil-[=a]'[=i]-cus) Christ, The, of Cynewulf Christabel Christian Year Christmas Carol, A Christ's Hospital, London Chronicle, The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle plays Chronicles, riming Chronology: Anglo-Saxon Period; Norman-French; Age of Chaucer; Revival of Learning; Elizabethan; Puritan; Restoration; Eighteenth Century; Romanticism; Victorian Citizen of the World Clarissa Classic and classicism Classic influence on the drama Cloister and the Hearth Clough, Arthur Hugh Cockaygne, Land of (k[=o]-k[=a]n') Coleridge; life; works; critiqal writings Collier, Jeremy Collins, William Comedy, definition; first English; of the court Complete Angler, The Comus, Masque of Conciliation with America, Burke's speech Confessions of an English Opium-Eater Consolations of Philosophy Cotter's Saturday Night Couplet, the Court comedies Covenant of 1643 Coventry plays Cowley, Abraham Cowper, William; life; works Crabbe, George Cranford Crashaw, Richard Critic, meaning of Critical writing, Dryden; Coleridge; in Age of Romanticism; in Victorian Age Criticism, Arnold's definition Cross, John Walter Crown of Wild Olive Culture and Anarchy Curse of Jfehama (k[=e]-hae'mae) Cursor Mundi Cycles, of plays; of romances Cynewulf (kin'[)e]-wulf), 36-38 Cynthia's Revels (sin'thi-ae)
  • romaine He obeyed the summons immediately; but when he arrived, he found the body of poor Romaine weltering in blood on the pavement.
  • Ramming 36 Colt, one of the 1860 series, with the round barrel and the so-called "creeping" ramming-lever.
  • Reaming The frames of large machines are frequently composed of parts that are bolted together after having the holes for shafts, &c. bored, and to insure the alignment of these holes after the frames are put together a hand reaming bar, such as in Fig. 2267, is employed, A and B being two shell reamers fastened to the bar by a pin.
  • Rimming The spent dogs lay down, dropping their frosted masks in the snow, the froth from their mouths rimming their lips with ice.
  • Roaming They stood close together, meditative and silent, their eyes roaming idly over the courtyard. My finger's good for phonin' 'Cause I don't get charged for roamin' – Outer Space by Venetian Princess
  • Romping We had a merry time at supper, Moses making clever jokes, without cracking a smile himself; and the baby romping in his high chair, eating what wasn't good for him.
  • Rooming "My sister keeps a rooming-house up on Eighth Avenue," she said finally.

59 words made from the letters ROMMING