rimeless


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Adj.1.rimeless - not having rhyme; "writing unrhymed blank verse is like playing tennis without a net"
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To the Irish poets must be given the credit of being the first important innovators in the use of rime, and it is possible to trace a progressive development from the rimeless hymns of the fifth century, through the middle period of incipient rimes in the sixth, to the richer and more exact rimes of the seventh and eighth centuries.