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Are rhyming words in the same phrase considered a form of reduplication?

As a general rule, any copying of a part of a morpheme is classified as a kind of reduplication, as long as the operation is not purely phonologically conditioned (total vowel harmony across ...
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Mathematics of Rhyme (perfect, slant)

The standard linguistic approach to this problem is based on the phonological theory of features. The premise is that spoken language (the basis for rhyme) is a string of segments organized into ...
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Simple Way to Determine if IPA Words Rhyme (English)

Whether two words rhyme is not a matter of objective fact that can be mechanically measured, it's a matter of classification and judgment by speakers of the language (let's stick to English). What you ...
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