rimester


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rime·ster

 (rīm′stər)
n.
Variant of rhymester.

rimester

(ˈraɪmstə)
n
(Poetry) a variant spelling of rhymester
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rhymester

also rimester
noun
One who writes poetry:
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But Burns had no money; the brothers' farm had not prospered, and Jean's father, a stern old Scotsman, would have nothing to say to Robert, who was in his opinion a bad man, and a wild, unstable, penniless rimester.
Son of Flecknoe,' and Dryden represented Shadwell as having inherited the stupidity of an obscure Irish rimester named Flecknoe, recently deceased.