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Refrain
line(s) that are repeated in music or in verse
Chorus
Meter
Describes the linguistic sound pattern of the verse
Rhythm
Patteren of stressed and unstressed syllables in a line of verse
Also called Meter
Pejorative
Trying to make or become worse
belitting
Pseudonym
Flase name or pen name
Samuel Clemens ~ Mark Twain
Foil
A character that is the opposite of another
Alliteration
The repetition of the same sounds at the beginning of words or in stressed syllables
Meliorative
to become better, or making somthing better
Approximate rhyme
used for words of rhyming pattern that have same kind of sound corresponds

~not perfect rhymes~
imperfect, near, slant, or oblique rhyme