I am using The Complete Rhyming Dictionary, edited by Clement Wood, as a reference as I work through a poem.
I can't tell if my search is not thorough enough or if there is a shortage of this particular rhyme I am looking for.
I have exhausted all of my options for monosyllables and words accented on the last syllable, such as: field, wield, and repealed, etc
So, I flipped through the other two sections of the book--1) words accented on the syllable before the last (penults, feminine rhymes, double rhymes) and 2) words accented on the third syllable from the end (antepenults, and triple rhymes), and I am having trouble finding any of this particular rhyme i'm looking for. As mentioned in the title, I would be satisfied with assonance (vowel rhymes) as well.
I am certainly not looking for you to give me rhymes or to find them yourself--I am just wondering if you could indicate whether or not the rhyming words that I am after are far and few between or if I am just not looking hard enough and that there are, in fact, plenty.