An Essential Tool for Writers, Poets, Punsters, Lyricists, Wits, and Language Lovers Everywhere! The New Comprehensive American Rhyming Dictionary is, by far, the sassiest, most fun, complete and up-to-date book of its kind on the market. This remarkable compendium contains over 65,000 words, phrases, and colloquialisms-a gold mine of rhyme certain to aid and delight everyone who works with language, from the amateur poet to the professional wordsmith. * Why rhyme "moon" with "June"...when you can use "Brigadoon," "Daniel Boone," or "picayune" instead? * A cornucopia of rhymes for exasperating, difficult-to-match words...such as "system," "hemophilia," and "Khrushchev." * Easy-to-use and read, with entries arranged by sound rather than spelling. * Authoritative and up-to-the-minute...including the latest in slang, idioms and buzz words. Whether you're a composer searching for the perfect song lyric or a wit who revels in constructing limericks, here is your key to a bold new world of creative cleverness-an ideal reference book for the Cole Porter in all of us!Young, Sue is the author of 'New Comprehensive American Rhyming Dictionary', published 1991 under ISBN 9780380713929 and ISBN 0380713926.