Crambo

Crambo is a rhyming game which, according to Joseph Strutt, was played as early as the fourteenth century under the name of the ABC of Aristotle. It is also known as Capping the rhyme. The name may also be used to describe a doggerel poem which exhausts the possible rhymes with a particular word. In the days of the Stuarts it was very popular, and...
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Crambo

• (a.) A word rhyming with another word. • (a.) A game in which one person gives a word, to which another finds a rhyme.
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Crambo

Cram'bo (-bo) noun [ Confer Cramp , adjective , difficult.] 1. A game in which one person gives a word, to which another finds a rhyme. « I saw in one corner . . . a cluster of men and women, diverting themselves with a game at crambo . I heard severa...
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crambo

a game in which one player gave a word or line of verse to be matched in rhyme by other players. Thus, one said, `I know a word that rhymes with ...
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Crambo

Crambo is an old guessing game which was very popular in the 17th century. One player thinks of a word and mentions another word with which it rhymes. The other players try to guess the word by defining the word guessed by a synonym without actually naming it. For example; 'A word rhyming with dog'; ' Is it a mist?'; 'No it's not fog'; 'Is it a pig...
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Crambo

Crambo is slang for repetition.
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crambo

game in which rhyme must be found for given word
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