WOOD'S UNABRIDGED RHYMING DICTIONARY by Clement Wood

WOOD'S UNABRIDGED RHYMING DICTIONARY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This expands The Complete Rhyming Dictionary, edited by Clement Wood, (Haloyon House, 1936) to include all aspects of poetry, and introduces a phonetic arrangement of rhyming sounds and words which, at first glance, looks confused but which, with use, turns out to be extremely workable. There is also an inclusion of mosaic rhymes (based on two or more words) and sections on the mechanics of verse forms. Useful indeed for rhymaters of all kinds.

Publisher: World Publishing