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The intelligent rhyme distinguishes between rhymes and phonetic repetitions. A rhyme is classified as a pair of words in which the accented vowels and all succeeding sounds are identical while the sounds preceding the accented vowels differ. Phonetic repetitions occur when the sounds preceding the accented vowels are also identical.
You can view phonetic repetitions by tapping/clicking on the ‘=’ button to increase the similarity in sound until you have reached the highest degree. Since phonetic repetitions produce less audible friction, which leads to a weaker resolve, they are excluded from the initial search results.
Example: Phonetic repetitions at the highest similarity in sound degree.