A rhyming dictionary, thesaurus, spell checker, and word finding tool for poets, Match these letters: This option will return words and phrases that contain the.
Welcome to our internet rhyming dictionary that allows finding all the English words that rhyme with a source word entered. The rhymes found are searched among all words that have the same ending as the source word or among all words are pronounced in similar way as the source word.
If you ever wondered:
- what rhymes with day?
- what rhymes with home?
- love?, you?, time?, days?, up?, fun?, down?, blue?, also?, city?, choose?, found?, mine?, source?, words?, feel?, ever?, web?, step?, twelve?, rhyme?, possible?, cute?, Thursday?, five?, out or go?
- were looking for rhymes to English cardinal numbers like: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 ?
Here you will find all the rhymes.
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What is the origin of 'quiz'? Where did we get the term 'flea market'? If you've ever asked similar questions, you'll enjoy these word and phrase origins.
Really good rappers and poets only break out the rhyme-dictionary sometimes. In most cases your better off generating your own list of rhyming words and phrases for what you're trying to rhyme with. Tips on rhyming and writng rhymes can be found in The Rapper's Handbook.
Let's take a line from Slick Rick for example. This is from "The Auditorium" with Mos Def. His line is:
Sit, come and relax, riddle off the mac,
It's the patch, I'm a soldier in the middle of Iraq,
Slick Rick never could have written that line with a rhyming dictionary. He rhymes "relax" with "mac" with "patch" with "Iraq." Off all of those, only "Iraq" and "mac" show up in a rhyming dictionary. So you're better off working off your own mind, using slant rhyme, and picking up The Rapper's Handbook.
Dillfrog - The only online slant-rhyme (aka off-rhyme) dictionary will give you various words and sounds related to your rhyme-word. Note: the program doesn't work perfectly.
Rhymezone - A giant and powerful rhyming dictionary, which can be used for writing raps, poems or anything.
Rhymer - Another good rhyming dictionary, which allows you to modify your search to find different rhyme forms.
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The following is a list of English words without rhymes, called refractory rhymes— that is, a list of Multiple-word rhymes (a phrase that rhymes with a word, known as a phrasal or mosaic rhyme), self-rhymes .. -z, -d/ · calced /ˈ-ælst/ (may rhyme with "valsed" in British English, according to the Oxford English Dictionary) .
Hot on the heels of our success with our Top 100 Best British Slang Phrases, we thought we’d explore the beauty of Cockney Rhyming Slang next.
Rhyming slang is believed to have originated in the mid-19th century in the East End of London, with sources suggesting some time in the 1840s. It dates from around 1840 among the predominantly Cockney population of the East End of London who are well-known for having a characteristic accent and speech patterns.
It remains a matter of speculation whether rhyming slang was a linguistic accident, a game, or a cryptolect developed intentionally to confuse non-locals. If deliberate, it may also have been used to maintain a sense of community. It is possible that it was used in the marketplace to allow vendors to talk amongst themselves in order to facilitate collusion, without customers knowing what they were saying. Another suggestion is that it may have been used by criminals (see thieves’ cant) to confuse the police.
Whatever the origins – there are many fun turns of phrases and we’ve put together the Top 100 Words and Phrases that we could find for your reading pleasure.
Here’s an interesting lesson on the slang from locals in London:
Which one is your favorite? Let us know in the comments!
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