noun, plural cramboes.
1. a game in which one person or side must find a rhyme to a word or a line of verse given by another.
2. inferior rhyme.
Origin: 1600-10; earlier crambe < Latin crambē repetīta phrase used by Juvenal in reference to unimaginative writing, literally, repeated (i.e., re-served) cabbage (< Greek krambē kind of cabbage)
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