Question: What Are 3 Words That Rhyme?

What are words that rhyme with say?

WordRhyme ratingCategoriespay100Verb, Nounstay100Verblay100Verbre100Noun94 more rows.

What’s the hardest word to rhyme?

“Orange” is only the most famous. Other words that have no rhyme include: silver, purple, month, ninth, pint, wolf, opus, dangerous, marathon and discombobulate.

What are words that rhyme with best?

WordRhyme ratingCategoriestest100Nounwest100Noun, Adjectiverest100Nounexpressed100Adjective96 more rows

Did Eminem rhyme orange?

According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the only word that perfectly rhymes with “orange” is “sporange”. But over the course of his career, Eminem has proved that you don’t need to say “sporange” if you want to rhyme with “orange”: “I put my or-ange four-inch door hinge in stor-age and…

What word has no meaning?

There are no words which do not have a definition. Every word has a definition. A definition is simply what a word means. A sequence of letters cannot be a word unless it has some meaning.

Does porridge rhyme with orange?

It is widely accepted that no single English word is a full rhyme for orange, though there are half rhymes, such as hinge, lozenge, syringe, and porridge.

What are words that rhyme with all?

WordRhyme ratingCategoriesmall100Nounhaul100Verb, Nounstall100Noun, Verbcrawl100Verb, Noun96 more rows

What word rhymes with sleep?

WordRhyme ratingCategoriesreap100Verbpeep100Noun, Verbseep100Verbbeep100Noun96 more rows

What word rhymes with life?

WordRhyme ratingCategorieswife100Nounknife100Nounstrife100Nounrife100Adjective96 more rows

What rhymes with leave you?

Words That Rhyme With “Leave” :1 syllable: breve, cleave, cleve, deave, eave, eve, greave, grieve, heave, naeve, neve, peeve, reave, reeve, reive, shreeve, sleave, sleeve, steeve, steve, thieve, vive, we’ve, weave.2 syllables: … 3 syllables: … 4 syllables:

What word rhymes with eyes?

WordRhyme ratingCategoriesguys100Noundies100Verbflies100Nouncries100Noun, Verb96 more rows

What is short sleep called?

A nap is a short period of sleep, typically taken during daytime hours as an adjunct to the usual nocturnal sleep period. Naps are most often taken as a response to drowsiness during waking hours.