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Rhyme?
(noun) correspondence in the sounds of two or more lines (especially final sounds)

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1 Syllable

beim · chime · chyme · clime · crime · dime · grime · haim · heim · hime · i'm · kime · lime · lyme · mime · nime · prime · rime · ryme · seim · sime · slime · thime · thyme · time


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  1. rhyme

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  1. Alex
    Alex
    US English
    Daniel
    Daniel
    British
    Karen
    Karen
    Australian
    Veena
    Veena
    Indian

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23 Comments

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  • Aitihasik
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  • Dog,Gun,Fog,Lol
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  • Somebody everybody nobody
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  • Gracias por la informacion.
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  • Rainbow
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  • Dog
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  • I have belonged to a writers group within a community (of 55 + folks) in Tucson for six years. Last week one man mentioned that there are beacoup websites that specialize in lists of words that rhyme. DUH! That was a B. G. O. for me...a Blinding Glimpse of the Obvious! I have already had two books of limericks published. The first was in 2016. It's content is 100% clean...but funny as hell...not the least bit boring! it contains more than 650 five liners. The second book, published in 2018, is not clean. The title says it all, to wit: "Nothing But Naughty and Bawdy Limericks"...subtitled: "Indecent, Bordering on Obscene"... Some folks have suggested some of my five-liners have already crossed at least one border! I used your publication today (5/23/19) looking for a word to rhyme with "pointer". I noticed you invite words that you have not yet captured. How about "annointer"? ..."disappointer"?..."jointer"? 
    LikeReplyReport 11 year ago
    • Dear Donald, thanks for your lovely feedback -- it's good to have you here! Rhymes.net is open for editors contribution, you may start here: https://www.rhymes.net/signup.php
      LikeReplyReport1 year ago
    • Super interested Donald. What are these books called?
      LikeReplyReport 110 months ago
    • STANDS4 I think Donald Owen meant "beaucoup," and Ahmed meant "rhymes," and Nandkishor meant "it's a good source." Some very illiterate people comment on this site.
      LikeReplyReport 11 year ago
    • Karl Kime How clever you are. Apparently, you know ever'thang. So why troll this site? It's for people who have the courage to seek information. But I do empathize with your plight. It must be difficult for you to parade around with that huge stick between your butt cheeks. 
      LikeReplyReport8 months ago
  • How can I form a song?
    LikeReplyReport1 year ago
  • How I can locate some English ryhms books on Internet? baig
    LikeReplyReport 11 year ago
  • Its good sourse for learner
    LikeReplyReport 21 year ago
  • Checked this website out ,for some rhyming words for a poem. Got surprised with the results!AWESOME website
    LikeReplyReport 21 year ago
  • Facinating this poetry.
    LikeReplyReport 12 years ago
  • what rhymes with fear?
    LikeReplyReport2 years ago
    • Keep guessing you'll get near :)
      LikeReplyReport 42 years ago
    • Here: https://www.rhymes.net/rhyme/fear ;-)
      LikeReplyReport 12 years ago
    • Keep thinking you'll get near just don't get towards peoples sharp spiers, don't listen to those bad peers, It's me your overseer. Bloaw, how? Keep guessing, keep thinking.. critical thinking is important kids. I may not be good at tis rhyimng stuff, but I can sure as hell tell you well that "Hey, my name is not important right now, but how?" You're most likley confused my words over used abused. Much as I get amused, you sit there feeling dizzy "What's up with you dude?" I'm really not trying to be rude, Not into the itrudsion I make illusions collisons over visioon he creates life better than a share ass blade called a knife. Look at me, Don't you see? People use songs to express their inner demons. Content consealed not for the public. I lost my rhymes through those times you trying to grime. It just goes through me frustraation not being able to think of a lyrics its pethatic a lot of peoples lives are hectic. I wanna help but then What can i really do? Boo ho I failed. I got it sent through the mail. You still may be like wgo? Just who? Like I said my names not important right now. Just, Just.. Just Keep thinking you'll get near just don't get towards peoples sharp spiers, Peer preasure is one thing but being forced is a reason of divorce. Listen I know what I'm talking about im not saying this in a shout. I just made this random thing to rhyme I like rhyiming 
      LikeReplyReport 12 years ago
    • Ryan Bedford LOL
      LikeReplyReport2 years ago
    • STANDS4 XD
      LikeReplyReport2 years ago
    • Ryan Bedford Good one, Fezzik
      LikeReplyReport 11 year ago
    • Ryan Bedford nice. Nice. NICE
      LikeReplyReport 11 year ago
  • What rhymes with bitch
    LikeReplyReport2 years ago
  • going down the back road hitting every puddle oops hit a toad girls down here just like to cuddle What do yall thiink im making a song?
    LikeReplyReport 12 years ago
  • im on time i dont play with the slime im in my prime thats a steep incline
    LikeReplyReport 22 years ago
    • My Suggestion/ remake of the unmade: I don't play with slime Oops I hit a toad! That's a steep incline Going down the back road! Hitting every puddle The girls up here, they like to cuddle! Im on my time and in my prime But you can see me on primetime 
      LikeReplyReport 12 years ago
    • Jacquelyn Wells BOOM!!! Love it
      LikeReplyReport 110 months ago
  • what ryhmes with looser? cause im doing and epic rap battle
    LikeReplyReport 12 years ago
  • What rhymes with gently?
    LikeReplyReport 12 years ago
    • bentley, evidently... and some more here: https://www.rhymes.net/rhyme/gently
      LikeReplyReport2 years ago
  • Which set of four words do not all rhyme with each other: 1. peak / pique / peek / leak 2. sensor / censer / fencer / censor 3. weigh / way / weary / whey 4. right / wright / write / rite
    LikeReplyReport 12 years ago
  • This is a really cool resource -- thanks guys!
    LikeReplyReport 13 years ago

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