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Supply rhyme (Given a word "fish", offering "dish") Totally confused, may be it is just me, but I am not understanding what is asked for here? A rhyme? If so, referring to those words? If so, I am stil lost Please help. Thanks!

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    Is that your entire assignment? If so, I'd use a good rhyming dictionary to find rhyming pairs.

    Here's one:
    http://www.rhymezone.com/

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    Thanks Writeacher!

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    You're very welcome. =)

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