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Re: Word for a word with no rhyme?  •  July 2, 2006, 2:48pm  •  6 votes

This reminds me of a poem I read once (not that it helps the discussion at all). To find a rhyme for silver Or any rhymeless rhyme Requires only will, ver- Bosity and time.

Re: O’clock  •  June 2, 2006, 7:33am  •  2 votes

I've noticed myself saying "quarter of" or "quarter till" under the presumption that the listener knows the hour, but saying "quarter to" if I feel they are clueless about the hour ("quarter to nine")

Re: ____ and he?  •  February 3, 2006, 5:14pm  •  0 vote

It seems to me that "he" or "him" would depend on where he and Ariel appear in the sentence diagram. "Ariel and he" or "he and Ariel" as the subject "Ariel and him" as the object As far as the "'