There are two criteria for inclusion: 1 the word must be an English word, 2 the word must have no rhymes. There are many words which rhyme with the word get. What excuse for a dictionary did you use? I started moving words up to 'obscure', but many aren't even obscure, like plinth and synth. A toilet is a plumbing fixture that is generally located in a bathroom. If we did, we'd start getting things like she-wolf to rhyme with wolf okay, that's not a perfect rhyme, but you get my point. It barely covers an eighth of the English vocabulary. Only the list of one-syllable words can hope to be anything near complete; for polysyllabic words, rhymes are the exception rather than the rule.
There are probably also 30 million people who rhyme angst and thanks. Find sources: — · · · · May 2016 The majority of words with stress, such as animal, citizen, dangerous, and obvious, and with stress, such as necessary, logarithm, algorithm and sacrificing, have no rhyme. Also, you can get lots of things to rhyme if you choose the right dialect for each word. Similarly for General American, etc. But I don't know the answers. Bulb rhymes with culb, so it will be removed.
We'd have angst - thanks, breadth - meth, fifth - with, glimpsed - wimps. But there may well be accents in which they rhyme. I don't think it matters much how long the words are, I think the interesting thing is how many of the syllables need rhyming, i. The following words are representative, but there are thousands of others. I have tried to imagine many English accents and all of them fall down because sh adow has a short a and Eldor ado a long one. I think to exclude a word we need to find a rhyme--there is no real harm in having a word suspected of being rhymeless stay on the page for a while until someone finds a rhyme for it. Also its not really clear why this article should be here and not on Wikitionary.
One reason I wanted to keep compounds out of the list, besides the ease of rhyming them with meaningful coinages, is that we can't confirm them because even when dictionaries bother to list them, they very often they don't bother to list their pronunciations. Due to its odd consonant cluster at the end, I am assuming it is rhymeless. But I don't recall where I read this. I mean this comment as a prelude to further discussion. So I'm just going to start moving them here: donary, nonary, stonery—at least, I don't find nonary or stonery to be obscure. You guys have missed the most obvious rhyme there is: Nurple! One-syllable words without rhymes, however or words which are stressed on their final syllable , are much much less common, and so any you find will be useful additions to the article. They may not be in dictionaries, but still in common use.
I'm English by the way if this explains anything. Some of the words which. Let's say any two of the major, respected ones. The names of some places of the world, such as Tibet and Lafayette, also rhyme with the word get. This waste if mixed with river water or water system can cause large damage not just to human but aquatic life aswell.
This would definitely go into the 'obscure rhymes' cat. But it has to be a word that is in use not just one you made up to prove a point , and our only means of confirming use is through a dictionary. If a word meets those two criteria it belongs in the list, end of story. I'll add it to the list. However, we are not in the habit of counting brand or band names as words for the purposes of this list, so I still contend that gunpowder has no rhymes. But that is a different argument.
It starts to sound silly, which rhymes with willy-nilly. Maybe in some parts of Britain. The American pronunciation with one syllable has no rhyme, even in non-rhotic accents. We don't generally consider a word a rhyme when it rhymes with itself! The verbs sowthed as in sowthed a tune and southed pointed south are identical and therefore not considered rhymes to each other. For example: free, tree, me, see, three, spree, glee, pee, wee, fee, tea or he see he she me puberty Lots of things rhyme with be, like.
Move how ever many squares you rolled. This water is even ready to drink. The full lagoon is taken off line when full, the second lagoon fills while the first ages. They were off to a great start and the game was an instant hit. The flow is due to the slope of the pipes so the sewage is essentially flowing downhill to a collection well or pit. Music rhymes with medic Citizen rhymes with denizen, and they're both on the list.
Some of these duplicate words given above. It is similar to burning, which leaves only ash mineral. Its not poisonous but its still dangerous. The fact that someone comes to the article to help and adds a word with no rhymes should be encouraged. The content of this page has no relationship to the wikipedia article on , so wiktionary seems to me to makes more sense.