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Rhyming Dictionary is a command-line driven rhyming dictionary that supports about 127,000 words. Rhymes for words with multiple pronunciations can now be returned merged or as separate lists. The existing code can also be used as part of a CGI or GUI-based program with minimum effort.
released on 13 January 2002
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