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    hello all ukulele fans!

    in this forum about songwriting i bet many of you are using rhyming dictionaries, so i would like to propose to you a new rhyming dictionary that i have been working on and i hope you will find better for some of your uses.

    it's called www.prime-rhyme.com, happy rhyming everybody
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    Very cool. Thanks for sharing. I didn't have much luck with Patootie though. LOL

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    Sweet! It passed the orange test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilUSAFRet View Post
    Very cool. Thanks for sharing. I didn't have much luck with Patootie though. LOL
    Exercise in "Top Of My Head" rhyming...
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    OHHHHHHHHHHH

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    And oh, such a beauty
    That I'll do my duty
    It's so tooty fruity
    And hold your hand like Hootie
    Facts of life like Tootie!
    And go watch Judge Judy
    You've got just one cootie
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    Then there is always http://www.rhymezone.com/ - Combining the two (or more) would seem to be the best option.

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    Originally Posted by Ralphthesongwriter
    Songwriting without a rhyming dictionary is no mean feat, I must say. From time to time, I write lyrics for the customwritingcompany as a freelancer and try to find the best rhyming dictionary for my projects. Because it take time to bully my brain into rhyming, whenever it comes to deadlines.
    Ralph

    Hello Ralph,
    I'm using these: Rhymer, RhymeBrain, BetterEditor. Or you may also have a look at WikiRhymer (created by a pro songwriter for pro writers and editors).

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrimeRhyme View Post
    hello all ukulele fans!

    in this forum about songwriting i bet many of you are using rhyming dictionaries, so i would like to propose to you a new rhyming dictionary that i have been working on and i hope you will find better for some of your uses.

    it's called www.prime-rhyme.com, happy rhyming everybody
    Thanks for that. When I've looked for a rhyme, I've used Google.
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    Thank you for your work. I honestly didn't even know there were dictionaries of this kind!

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    I've got Poet Assistant on my Android phone & tablet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbablanca View Post
    Then there is always http://www.rhymezone.com/ - Combining the two (or more) would seem to be the best option.
    It's also available as an iPad App but I didn't see it on Google Play store. That doesn't mean it's not there.
    Geoff Walker

    I have several ukuleles in various sizes and am not planning on getting any more...

    at least, not yet.

    I also play some blowy things and a squeezy thing

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