Full Rhyme: the identity of the last stressed vowel and all following sounds of two or more words or phrases. (fish/dish, smiling/filing, hounded/pounded, sing/wing)
Rime Riche: full rhyme + one or more sounds preceding the last stressed vowel (catfish/cat-dish, designing/resigning)
There are two types of Half Rhyme.
Pararhyme: the last stressed vowels differ, but the following sounds are identical (fish/dash, hard/round, chat/spit, teeth/death, renew/snow)
Consonance: The close repetition of identical consonant sounds before and after different vowels (slip/slop, creak/croak, crash/crush)
Sybillance: the repetition of the…