In other words, assonance is a form of inappropriate or imperfect rhyme, where the ear is satisfied with the incomplete identity of the sound that the vocal gives without the help of consonants. Many rustic or popular verses in England are content with assonance, as in cases like «Pray, who gave you that joyful red nose? Cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and carnations», where the correspondence between the two o`s allows the ear to neglect the discord between s and v. . .