Near rhymes dictionary


List of near rhymes for the word: cannot


Rhymes with 1 syllable

WordBase wordDefinition
C-noteC-notea United States bill worth 100 dollars
CnutCnutking of Denmark and Norway who forced Edmund II to divide England with him; on the death of Edmund II, Canute became king of all England (994-1035)
gnatgnat(British usage) mosquito
knightknighta chessman shaped to resemble the head of a horse; can move two squares horizontally and one vertically (or vice versa)
knitknitneedlework created by interlacing yarn in a series of connected loops using straight eyeless needles or by machine
knotknota sandpiper that breeds in the Arctic and winters in the southern hemisphere
knoutknouta whip with a lash of leather thongs twisted with wire; used for flogging prisoners
knutknutking of Denmark and Norway who forced Edmund II to divide England with him; on the death of Edmund II, Canute became king of all England (994-1035)
naughtnaughtcomplete failure; "all my efforts led to naught"
neatneatfree from clumsiness; precisely or deftly executed; "he landed a clean left on his opponent's cheek"; "a clean throw"; "the neat exactness of the surgeon's knife"
netneta computer network consisting of a worldwide network of computer networks that use the TCP/IP network protocols to facilitate data transmission and exchange
nettnettcatch with a net; "net a fish"
newtnewtsmall usually bright-colored semiaquatic salamanders of North America and Europe and northern Asia
nightnightRoman goddess of night; daughter of Erebus; counterpart of Greek Nyx
nitnitegg or young of an insect parasitic on mammals especially a sucking louse; often attached to a hair or item of clothing
notnotnegation of a word or group of words; "he does not speak French"; "she is not going"; "they are not friends"; "not many"; "not much"; "not at all"
notenotea characteristic emotional quality; "it ended on a sour note"; "there was a note of gaiety in her manner"; "he detected a note of sarcasm"
noughtnoughta mathematical element that when added to another number yields the same number
nutnuta small (usually square or hexagonal) metal block with internal screw thread to be fitted onto a bolt
snitsnita state of agitated irritation; "he was in a snit"
snootsnootinformal terms for the nose
snotsnotnasal mucus
snoutsnouta long projecting or anterior elongation of an animal's head; especially the nose

Rhymes with 2 syllables

WordBase wordDefinition
adnateadnateof unlike parts or organs; growing closely attached; "a calyx adnate to the ovary"
agnateagnateone related on the father's side
all-nightall-nightlasting, open, or operating through the whole night; "a nightlong vigil"; "an all-night drugstore"; "an overnight trip"
banknotebanknotea piece of paper money (especially one issued by a central bank); "he peeled off five one-thousand-zloty notes"
beechnutbeechnutsmall sweet triangular nut of any of various beech trees
beignetbeigneta deep-fried, yeast-raised doughnut dusted with confectioners' sugar
BenetBenetUnited States writer; brother of Stephen Vincent Benet (1886-1950)
benightbenightmake darker and difficult to perceive by sight
BennetBennetNorth American white-flowered avens
BennettBennettUnited States aviator who (with Richard E. Byrd) piloted the first flight over the North Pole (1890-1928)
binatebinategrowing in two parts or in pairs; "binate leaves"
BinetBinetFrench psychologist remembered for his studies of the intellectual development of children (1857-1911)
bonetebonetea mountain in the Andes in Argentina (22,546 feet high)
bonnetbonneta hat tied under the chin
bornitebornitea mineral consisting of sulfides of copper and iron that is found in copper deposits
bowknotbowknota knot with two loops and loose ends; used to tie shoelaces
brownoutbrownoutdarkness resulting from the extinction of lights (as in a city invisible to enemy aircraft)
brunetbruneta person with dark (brown) hair
brunettebrunettea person with dark (brown) hair
BurnettBurnettUnited States writer (born in England) remembered for her novels for children (1849-1924)
cannotcanairtight sealed metal container for food or drink or paint etc.
CanuteCanuteking of Denmark and Norway who forced Edmund II to divide England with him; on the death of Edmund II, Canute became king of all England (994-1035)
CarnotCarnotFrench physicist who founded thermodynamics (1796-1832)
chestnutchestnuta dark golden-brown or reddish-brown horse
cobnutcobnutnut of any of several trees of the genus Corylus
cognatecognatea word is cognate with another if both derive from the same word in an ancestral language
connateconnaterelated in nature; "connate qualities"
connoteconnoteexpress or state indirectly
cornetcorneta brass musical instrument with a brilliant tone; has a narrow tube and a flared bell and is played by means of valves
crenatecrenatehaving a margin with rounded scallops
cuneatecuneate(of a leaf shape) narrowly triangular, wider at the apex and tapering toward the base
cygnetcygneta young swan
denotedenotehave as a meaning; "`multi-' denotes `many' "
dinettedinettea small area off of a kitchen that is used for dining
donatedonategive to a charity or good cause; "I donated blood to the Red Cross for the victims of the earthquake"; "donate money to the orphanage"; "She donates to her favorite charity every month"
donutdonuta small ring-shaped friedcake
doughnutdoughnuta small ring-shaped friedcake
dragnetdragneta conical fishnet dragged through the water at great depths
drawn-outdrawn-out(used of speech) uttered slowly with prolonged vowels
dreadnaughtdreadnaughtbattleship that has big guns all of the same caliber
dreadnoughtdreadnoughtbattleship that has big guns all of the same caliber
earthnutearthnutedible subterranean fungus of the genus Tuber
enateenateone related on the mother's side
finitefinitebounded or limited in magnitude or spatial or temporal extent
fishnetfishneta net that will enclose fish when it is pulled in
footnotefootnotea printed note placed below the text on a printed page
fortnightfortnighta period of fourteen consecutive days; "most major tennis tournaments last a fortnight"
gannetgannetlarge heavily built seabird with a long stout bill noted for its plunging dives for fish
garnetgarnetany of a group of hard glassy minerals (silicates of various metals) used as gemstones and as an abrasive
granitegranitesomething having the quality of granite (unyielding firmness); "a man of granite"
groundnutgroundnutpod of the peanut vine containing usually 2 nuts or seeds; `groundnut' and `monkey nut' are British terms
gunitegunitea mixture of cement and sand and water that is sprayed on a surface under pneumatic pressure
hairnethairneta small net that some women wear over their hair to keep it in place
hornethornetlarge stinging paper wasp
igniteignitearouse or excite feelings and passions; "The ostentatious way of living of the rich ignites the hatred of the poor"; "The refugees' fate stirred up compassion around the world"; "Wake old feelings of hatred"
innateinnatepresent at birth but not necessarily hereditary; acquired during fetal development
InuitInuita member of a people inhabiting the Arctic (northern Canada or Greenland or Alaska or eastern Siberia); the Algonquians called them Eskimo (`eaters of raw flesh') but they call themselves the Inuit (`the people')
jennetjennetfemale donkey
kainitekainitea white mineral consisting of magnesium sulphate and potassium chloride; a source of potassium salts; used as a fertilizer
kernitekernitea light soft mineral consisting of hydrated sodium borate in crystalline form; an important source of boron
keynotekeynotea fundamental or central idea
khanatekhanatethe position of a khan
lanatelanatecovered with dense cottony hairs or hairlike filaments; "the woolly aphid has a lanate coat resembling cotton"
ligniteligniteintermediate between peat and bituminous coal
LinnetLinnetsmall Old World finch whose male has a red breast and forehead
locknutlocknutsupplementary nut that is screwed down on a primary nut to prevent it from loosening
lorgnettelorgnetteeyeglasses that are held to the eyes with a long handle
lunatelunateresembling the new moon in shape
LunetteLunetteoval or circular opening; to allow light into a dome or vault
magnatemagnatea very wealthy or powerful businessman; "an oil baron"
magnetmagnet(physics) a device that attracts iron and produces a magnetic field
manatmanatthe basic unit of money in Azerbaijan
ManetManetFrench painter whose work influenced the impressionists (1832-1883)
midnightmidnight12 o'clock at night; the middle of the night; "young children should not be allowed to stay up until midnight"
minuetminueta stately court dance in the 17th century
MinuitMinuitDutch colonist who bought Manhattan from the Native Americans for the equivalent of $24 (1580-1638)
minuteminutedistance measured by the time taken to cover it; "we live an hour from the airport"; "its just 10 minutes away"
MonnetMonnetFrench economist who advocated a Common Market in Europe (1888-1979)
no-hitno-hitof a game (or the pitching) in which a pitcher allows the opponent no hits; "a no-hit pitcher"; "a no-hit game"
non-Whitenon-Whitehaving skin rich in melanin pigments; "National Association for the Advancement of Colored People"; "dark-skinned peoples"
ornateornatemarked by elaborate rhetoric and elaborated with decorative details; "a flowery speech"; "ornate rhetoric taught out of the rule of Plato"-John Milton
peanutpeanutpod of the peanut vine containing usually 2 nuts or seeds; `groundnut' and `monkey nut' are British terms
pennatepennatehaving feathered wings
pignutpignutan American hickory tree having bitter nuts
pinitepinitegrey or green or brown mineral similar to mica and containing aluminum and potassium sulphates
pinnatepinnate(of a leaf shape) featherlike; having leaflets on each side of a common axis
planateplanatehaving been flattened
planetplanet(astronomy) any of the nine large celestial bodies in the solar system that revolve around the sun and shine by reflected light; Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto in order of their proximity to the sun; viewed from the constellation Hercules, all the planets rotate around the sun in a counterclockwise direction
pronatepronateturn the forearm or the hand so that the palm is directed downwards
punnetpunneta small light basket used as a measure for fruits
reignitereigniteignite anew, as of something burning; "The strong winds reignited the cooling embers"
rennetrenneta substance that curdles milk in making cheese and junket
reunitereuniteunify again, as of a country; "Will Korea reunify?"
SamniteSamnitean Oscan-speaking member of an ancient people of Campania who clashed repeatedly with the early Romans
senatesenateassembly possessing high legislative powers
SennettSennettUnited States filmmaker (born in Canada) noted for slapstick movies (1880-1960)
sennitsennitflat braided cordage that is used on ships
signetsigneta seal (especially one used to mark documents officially)
slipknotslipknota knot at the end of a cord or rope that can slip along the cord or rope around which it is made
snowwhitesnow-whiteof the white color of snow
snow-whitesnow-whiteof the white color of snow
sonnetsonneta verse form consisting of 14 lines with a fixed rhyme scheme
spinetspinetearly model harpsichord with only one string per note
stagnatestagnatebe idle; exist in a changeless situation; "The old man sat and stagnated on his porch"; "He slugged in bed all morning"
stannitestannitea dark grey mineral with a metallic luster that is a source of tin
stibnitestibnitea soft grey mineral; the chief ore of antimony
sunhatsunhata hat with a broad brim that protects the face from direct exposure to the sun
SunniteSunnitea member of the branch of Islam that accepts the first four caliphs as rightful successors to Muhammad
tenetteneta religious doctrine that is proclaimed as true without proof
ternateternate(of a leaf shape) consisting of three leaflets or sections
thumbnutthumbnuta threaded nut with winglike projections for thumb and forefinger leverage in turning
tight-knittight-knitclosely and firmly integrated; "a tight-knit organization"
tonighttonightthe present or immediately coming night
topknottopknotshowy crest or knot of hair or feathers
turnoutturnout(ballet) the outward rotation of a dancer's leg from the hip
unitunitan assemblage of parts that is regarded as a single entity; "how big is that part compared to the whole?"; "the team is a unit"
uniteunitejoin or combine; "We merged our resources"
unknotunknotbecome or cause to become undone by separating the fibers or threads of; "unravel the thread"
vignettevignettea small illustrative sketch (as sometimes placed at the beginning of chapters in books)
walnutwalnutnut of any of various walnut trees having a wrinkled two-lobed seed with a hard shell
weeknightweeknightany night of the week except Saturday or Sunday
well-knitwell-knitstrongly and firmly constructed; "a well-knit argument"; "a well-knit theatrical production"; "well-knit athletes"; "a sailor short but well-set"- Alexander Hamilton
whatnotwhatnotmiscellaneous curios
wordnetwordneta machine-readable lexical database organized by meanings; developed at Princeton University
worn-outworn-outdrained of energy or effectiveness; extremely tired; completely exhausted; "the day's shopping left her exhausted"; "he went to bed dog-tired"; "was fagged and sweaty"; "the trembling of his played out limbs"; "felt completely washed-out"; "only worn-out horses and cattle"; "you look worn out"

Rhymes with 3 syllables

WordBase wordDefinition
aconiteaconiteany of various usually poisonous plants of the genus Aconitum having tuberous roots and palmately lobed leaves and blue or white flowers
aeronautaeronautsomeone who operates an aircraft
aleph-noughtaleph-noughtthe smallest infinite integer
alkanetalkanetperennial or biennial herb cultivated for its delicate usually blue flowers
alternatealternatesomeone who takes the place of another person
AmmoniteAmmoniteone of the coiled chambered fossil shells of extinct mollusks
amnioteamnioteany member of the Amniota
aphaniteaphanitefine-grained homogeneous rock (such as basalt) containing minerals undetectable by the naked eye
aquanautaquanauta skilled worker who can live in underwater installations and participate in scientific research
arcminutearcminutea unit of angular distance equal to a 60th of a degree
ArgonautArgonautcephalopod mollusk of warm seas whose females have delicate papery spiral shells
arsenatearsenatea salt or ester of arsenic acid
astronautastronauta person trained to travel in a spacecraft; "the Russians called their astronauts cosmonauts"
austeniteaustenitea solid solution of ferric carbide or carbon in iron; cools to form pearlite or martensite
baronetbaroneta member of the British order of honor; ranks below a baron but above a knight; "since he was a baronet he had to be addressed as Sir Henry Jones, Bart."
basinetbasineta medieval steel helmet
bassinetbassineta basket (usually hooded) used as a baby's bed
bayonetbayoneta knife that can be fixed to the end of a rifle and used as a weapon
belemnitebelemnitea conical calcareous fossil tapering to a point at one end and with a conical cavity at the other end containing (when unbroken) a small chambered phragmocone from the shell of any of numerous extinct cephalopods of the family Belemnitidae
bentonitebentonitean absorbent aluminum silicate clay formed from volcanic ash
bicornatebicornatehaving two horns or horn-shaped parts; "a bicornuate uterus"
bipinnatebipinnateof a leaf shape; having doubly pinnate leaflets (as ferns)
bitternutbitternuthickory of the eastern United States having a leaves with 7 or 9 leaflets and thin-shelled very bitter nuts
bluebonnetbluebonneta brimless dark blue Scottish cap with a flat top and a plume on one side
bombinatebombinatemake a buzzing sound; "bees were buzzing around the hive"
brominatebrominatetreat with bromine
butternutbutternutoily egg-shaped nut of an American tree of the walnut family
cabinetcabineta piece of furniture resembling a cupboard with doors and shelves and drawers; for storage or display
cachinnatecachinnatelaugh loudly and in an unrestrained way
CanaaniteCanaanitethe extinct language of the Semitic people who occupied Canaan before the Israelite conquest
candlenutcandlenutseed of candlenut tree; source of soil used in varnishes
carbonatecarbonatea salt or ester of carbonic acid (containing the anion CO3)
carinatecarinatebirds having keeled breastbones for attachment of flight muscles
catenatecatenatearrange in a series of rings or chains, as for spores
catkinatecatkinateresembling a catkin
CeyloniteCeylonitea dark-colored spinel containing iron
chlorinatechlorinatedisinfect with chlorine; "chlorinate a pool"
circinatecircinateshaped like a ring
clarinetclarineta single-reed instrument with a straight tube
close-knitclose-knitheld together as by social or cultural ties; "a close-knit family"; "close-knit little villages"; "the group was closely knit"
cocoanutcocoanutlarge hard-shelled oval nut with a fibrous husk containing thick white meat surrounding a central cavity filled (when fresh) with fluid or milk
coconutcoconutlarge hard-shelled oval nut with a fibrous husk containing thick white meat surrounding a central cavity filled (when fresh) with fluid or milk
comminutecomminutereduce to small pieces or particles by pounding or abrading; "grind the spices in a mortar"; "mash the garlic"
consternateconsternatefill with anxiety, dread, dismay, or confusion; "After the terrorist attack, people look consternated"
coordinatecoordinatea number that identifies a position relative to an axis
co-ordinateco-ordinatea number that identifies a position relative to an axis
coronatecoronateinvest with regal power; enthrone; "The prince was crowned in Westminster Abbey"
coronetcoronetmargin between the skin of the pastern and the horn of the hoof
cosmonautcosmonauta person trained to travel in a spacecraft; "the Russians called their astronauts cosmonauts"
counts/minutecounts/minutefrequency per minute
craniatecraniateanimals having a bony or cartilaginous skeleton with a segmented spinal column and a large brain enclosed in a skull or cranium
criminatecriminaterebuke formally
culminateculminaterise to, or form, a summit; "The helmet culminated in a crest"
cyanitecyanitea grey or greenish-blue mineral consisting of aluminum silicate in crystalline form; occurs in metaphoric rock, used as a refractory
day-and-nightday-and-nightat all times; "around-the-clock nursing care"
definitedefiniteknown for certain; "it is definite that they have won"
delineatedelineatedescribe in vivid detail
designatedesignatedesign or destine; "She was intended to become the director"
detonatedetonateburst and release energy as through a violent chemical or physical reaction;"the bomb detonated at noon"; "The Molotov cocktail exploded"
disunitedisuniteforce, take, or pull apart; "He separated the fighting children"; "Moses parted the Red Sea"
dominatedominatehave dominance or the power to defeat over; "Her pain completely mastered her"; "The methods can master the problems"
dragonetdragonetsmall often brightly colored scaleless marine bottom-dwellers; found in tropical and warm temperate waters of Europe and America
eboniteebonitea hard nonresilient rubber formed by vulcanizing natural rubber
emanateemanategive out (breath or an odor); "The chimney exhales a thick smoke"
essoniteessonitea garnet ranging in color from yellow to brown
ethernetetherneta type of network technology for local area networks; coaxial cable carries radio frequency signals between computers at a rate of 10 megabits per second
FahrenheitFahrenheitGerman physicist who invented the mercury thermometer and developed the scale of temperature that bears his name (1686-1736)
fascinatefascinateattract; cause to be enamored; "She captured all the men's hearts"
fly-by-nightfly-by-nighta debtor who flees to avoid paying
fortunatefortunatepresaging good fortune; "she made a fortunate decision to go to medical school"; "rosy predictions"
fulminatefulminatea salt or ester of fulminic acid
gelignitegelignitea type of dynamite in which the nitroglycerin is absorbed in a base of wood pulp and sodium or potassium nitrate
geminategeminatea doubled or long consonant; "the `n' in `thinness' is a geminate"
germanitegermanitea rare reddish-grey mineral consisting of a copper iron germanium sulfide
germinategerminateproduce buds, branches, or germinate; "the potatoes sprouted"
glauconiteglauconitea green mineral consisting of hydrated silicate of potassium or iron or magnesium or aluminum; found in greensand
good-for-naughtgood-for-naughtan idle worthless person
hausmannitehausmannitea mineral consisting of manganese tetroxide; a source of manganese
have-nothave-nota person with few or no possessions
hazelnuthazelnutnut of any of several trees of the genus Corylus
hessonitehessonitea garnet ranging in color from yellow to brown
hibernatehibernatesleep during winter; "Bears must eat a lot of food before they hibernate in their caves"
hiddenitehiddenitea green transparent form of the mineral spodumene used as a gemstone
hyphenatehyphenatedivide or connect with a hyphen; "hyphenate these words and names"
ilmeniteilmenitea weakly magnetic black mineral found in metamorphic and plutonic rocks; an iron titanium oxide in crystalline form; a source of titanium
impregnateimpregnatemake pregnant; "He impregnated his wife again"
incarnateincarnatemake concrete and real
infiniteinfinitethe unlimited expanse in which everything is located; "they tested his ability to locate objects in space"; "the boundless regions of the infinite"
internetinterneta computer network consisting of a worldwide network of computer networks that use the TCP/IP network protocols to facilitate data transmission and exchange
intonateintonaterecite with musical intonation; recite as a chant or a psalm; "The rabbi chanted a prayer"
intranetintraneta restricted computer network; a private network created using World Wide Web software
ionateionateadd ions to
jaconetjaconeta lightweight cotton cloth with a smooth and slightly stiff finish; used for clothing and bandages
juggernautjuggernauta crude idol of Krishna
kaolinitekaolinitea mineral consisting of aluminum silicate; main source of kaolin
kitchenettekitchenettesmall kitchen
kyanitekyanitea grey or greenish-blue mineral consisting of aluminum silicate in crystalline form; occurs in metaphoric rock, used as a refractory
laminatelaminatea sheet of material made by bonding two or more sheets or layers
lancinatelancinatepainful as if caused by a sharp instrument; "a cutting wind"; "keen winds"; "knifelike cold"; "piercing knifelike pains"; "piercing cold"; "piercing criticism"; "a stabbing pain"; "lancinating pain"
langbeinitelangbeinitea mineral consisting of potassium magnesium double sulphate; used as a fertilizer
last-minutelast-minutejust before a deadline; at the last minute; "last-minute arrangements"
LatinateLatinatederived from or imitative of Latin
limonitelimonitea widely occurring iron oxide ore; a mixture of goethite and hematite and lepidocrocite
lionetlioneta small or young lion
lithonatelithonatea white powder (LiCO3) used in manufacturing glass and ceramics and as a drug; the drug (trade names Lithane or Lithonate or Eskalith) is used to treat some forms of depression and manic episodes of manic-depressive disorder
machinatemachinateengage in plotting or enter into a conspiracy, swear together; "They conspired to overthrow the government"
maisonettemaisonettea small house
maisonnettemaisonnettea small house
manganatemanganatea salt of manganic acid containing manganese as its anion
manganitemanganitea black mineral consisting of basic manganese oxide; a source of manganese
marinatemarinatesoak in marinade; "marinade herring"
marionettemarionettea small figure of a person operated from above with strings by a puppeteer
martinetmartinetsomeone who demands exact conformity to rules and forms
masonitemasonitea type of fiberboard
MennoniteMennonitea member of an Anabaptist movement in Holland noted for its simplicity of life
midinettemidinettea Parisian salesgirl
mignonettemignonetteMediterranean woody annual widely cultivated for its dense terminal spikelike clusters greenish or yellowish white flowers having an intense spicy fragrance
miniateminiatedecorate (manuscripts) with letters painted red; "In this beautiful book, all the place names are rubricated"
MinnewitMinnewitDutch colonist who bought Manhattan from the Native Americans for the equivalent of $24 (1580-1638)
mockernutmockernutsmooth-barked North American hickory with 7 to 9 leaflets bearing a hard-shelled edible nut
morganitemorganitea kind of pink beryl used as a gemstone
neonateneonatea baby from birth to four weeks
nominatenominatepropose as a candidate for some honor
non-finitenon-finiteof verbs; having neither person nor number nor mood (as a participle or gerund or infinitive); "infinite verb form"
obstinateobstinatepersist stubbornly; "he obstinates himself against all rational arguments"
oceanautoceanauta skilled worker who can live in underwater installations and participate in scientific research
odd-pinnateodd-pinnate(a leaf shape) pinnate with a single leaflet at the apex
odonateodonatelarge primitive predatory aquatic insect having two pairs of membranous wings
ordinateordinatethe value of a coordinate on the vertical axis
overnightovernightlasting, open, or operating through the whole night; "a nightlong vigil"; "an all-night drugstore"; "an overnight trip"
paginatepaginatenumber the pages of a book or manuscript
patinatepatinatecoat with a patina
pectinatepectinatelike a comb
pennyweightpennyweighta unit of apothecary weight equal to 24 grains
perennateperennatesurvive from season to season, of plants
personatepersonateattribute human qualities to something; "The Greeks personated their gods ridiculous"
pollinatepollinatefertilize by transfering pollen
propenoatepropenoatea salt or ester of propenoic acid
quaternatequaternateconsisting of or especially arranged in sets of four; "quaternate leaves"; "a quaternary compound"
rabbinaterabbinatethe office or function of a rabbi
reincarnatereincarnatecause to appear in a new form; "the old product was reincarnated to appeal to a younger market"
resinateresinateimpregnate with resin to give a special flavor to; "Greek wines are often resinated"
resonateresonatebe received or understood
rhodoniterhodonitea pink or red mineral consisting of crystalline manganese silicate; used as an ornamental stone
ruminateruminatereflect deeply on a subject; "I mulled over the events of the afternoon"; "philosophers have speculated on the question of God for thousands of years"; "The scientist must stop to observe and start to excogitate"
runcinateruncinatehaving incised margins with the lobes or teeth pointing toward the base; as dandelion leaves
salinatesalinateadd salt to; "salinated solution"
sarcenetsarceneta fine soft silk fabric often used for linings
sarsenetsarseneta fine soft silk fabric often used for linings
satinetsatineta fabric with a finish resembling satin but made partly or wholly from cotton or synthetic fiber
satinettesatinettea fabric with a finish resembling satin but made partly or wholly from cotton or synthetic fiber
secernatesecernatemark as different; "We distinguish several kinds of maple"
shogunateshogunatea form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictator (not restricted by a constitution or laws or opposition etc.)
sinuatesinuatehaving a strongly waved margin alternately concave and convex
staminatestaminatecapable of fertilizing female organs
stockinetstockinetknit used especially for infants' wear and undergarments
stockinettestockinetteknit used especially for infants' wear and undergarments
strontianitestrontianitea mineral consisting of strontium carbonate
subunitsubunita monetary unit that is valued at a fraction (usually one hundredth) of the basic monetary unit
sulfonatesulfonatea salt of sulphonic acid
sultanatesultanatecountry or territory ruled by a sultan
sunbonnetsunbonneta large bonnet that shades the face; worn by girls and women
supinatesupinateturn (the hand or forearm) so that the back is downward or backward, or turn out (the leg)
sylvanitesylvanitea silver-white mineral consisting of silver gold telluride; a source of gold in Australia and America
taconitetaconitea variety of chert containing magnetite and hematite; mined as a low-grade iron ore
terminateterminatebring to an end or halt; "She ended their friendship when she found out that he had once been convicted of a crime"; "The attack on Poland terminated the relatively peaceful period after WW I"
toucanettoucanetsmall toucan
touch-me-nottouch-me-notprostrate or semi-erect subshrub of tropical America, and Australia; heavily armed with recurved thorns and having sensitive soft grey-green leaflets that fold and droop at night or when touched or cooled
tripinnatetripinnate(of a leaf shape) thrice pinnate
turbinateturbinateany of the scrolled spongy bones of the nasal passages in man and other vertebrates
UniatUniata member of the Uniat Church
UniateUniatea member of the Uniat Church
urinateurinateeliminate urine; "Again, the cat had made on the expensive rug"
vaccinatevaccinateperform vaccinations or produce immunity in by inoculation; "We vaccinate against scarlet fever"; "The nurse vaccinated the children in the school"
vulcanitevulcanitea hard nonresilient rubber formed by vulcanizing natural rubber
whodunitwhodunita story about a crime (usually murder) presented as a novel or play or movie
wulfenitewulfenitea yellow to orange or brown mineral used as a molybdenum ore
zarpanitzarpanitconsort of Marduk
zinkenitezinkenitea steel grey metallic mineral (a sulphide of lead and antimony)
zirbanitzirbanitconsort of Marduk

Rhymes with 4 syllables

WordBase wordDefinition
abominateabominatefind repugnant; "I loathe that man"; "She abhors cats"
acuminateacuminatemake sharp or acute; taper; make (something) come to a point
agglutinateagglutinateclump together; as of bacteria, red blood cells, etc.
alendronatealendronatea tablet (trade name Fosamax) prescribed to prevent or treat osteoporosis in women after menopause
alienatealienatearouse hostility or indifference in where there had formerly been love, affection, or friendliness; "She alienated her friends when she became fanatically religious"
aluminatealuminatea compound of alumina and a metallic oxide
amblygoniteamblygonitea white or grey mineral consisting of lithium aluminum phosphate; a source of lithium
ammoniateammoniatetreat with ammonia
aragonitearagonitea mineral form of crystalline calcium carbonate; dimorphic with calcite
assassinateassassinatedestroy or damage seriously, as of someone's reputation; "He assassinated his enemy's character"
attenuateattenuatebecome weaker, in strength, value, or magnitude
bicarbonatebicarbonatea salt of carbonic acid (containing the anion HCO3) in which one hydrogen atom has been replaced; an acid carbonate
bicornuatebicornuatehaving two horns or horn-shaped parts; "a bicornuate uterus"
calumniatecalumniatecharge falsely or with malicious intent; attack the good name and reputation of someone; "The journalists have defamed me!" "The article in the paper sullied my reputation"
chloramine-tchloramine-tany of several compounds containing chlorine and nitrogen; used as an antiseptic in wounds
circular-knitcircular-knitknitted in tubular form; "circular-knit sweaters without seams"
companionatecompanionatelike a companion; "companionate marriage"; "a companionate dog"
concatenateconcatenateadd by linking or joining so as to form a chain or series; "concatenate terms"; "concatenate characters"
conglutinateconglutinatestick together; "the edges of the wound conglutinated"
contaminatecontaminatemake impure; "The industrial wastes polluted the lake"
decaffeinatedecaffeinateremove caffeine from (coffee)
denominatedenominateassign a name or title to
deracinatederacinatepull up by or as if by the roots; "uproot the vine that has spread all over the garden"
desalinatedesalinateremove salt from; "desalinate water"
determinatedeterminatesupplying or being a final or conclusive settlement; "a definitive verdict"; "a determinate answer to the problem"
diamagnetdiamagneta substance that exhibits diamagnetism
discriminatediscriminaterecognize or perceive the difference
disincarnatedisincarnatemake immaterial; remove the real essence of
disseminatedisseminatecause to become widely known; "spread information"; "circulate a rumor"; "broadcast the news"
effeminateeffeminatehaving unsuitable feminine qualities
eliminateeliminateeliminate from the body; "Pass a kidney stone"
emarginateemarginatehaving a notched tip
estaminetestamineta small (and usually shabby) cafe selling wine and beer and coffee
even-pinnateeven-pinnate(of a leaf shape) pinnate with a pair of leaflets at the apex
extenuateextenuatelessen or to try to lessen the seriousness or extent of; "The circumstances extenuate the crime"
exterminateexterminatekill en masse; kill on a large scale; kill many; "Hitler wanted to exterminate the Jews, Gypsies, Communists, and homosexuals of Europe"
fergusonitefergusonitea dark mineral consisting of oxides of yttrium and erbium and tantalum and other minerals
forget-me-notforget-me-notsmall perennial herb having bright blue or white flowers
fractionatefractionateobtain by a fractional process
gadolinitegadolinitea mineral that is a source of rare earths; consists of silicates of iron and beryllium and cerium and yttrium and erbium
hallucinatehallucinateperceive what is not there; have illusions
homogenatehomogenatematerial that has been homogenized (especially tissue that has been ground and mixed); "liver homogenate"
HuguenotHuguenota French Calvinist of the 16th or 17th centuries
hydrogenatehydrogenatecombine or treat with or expose to hydrogen; add hydrogen to the molecule of (an unsaturated organic compound)
illuminateilluminatemake lighter or brighter; "This lamp lightens the room a bit"
impersonateimpersonatepretend to be someone you are not; sometimes with fraudulent intentions; "She posed as the Czar's daughter"
importunateimportunateexpressing earnest entreaty; "an importunate job applicant"
incriminateincriminatebring an accusation against; level a charge against; "The neighbors accused the man of spousal abuse"
indefiniteindefinitenot decided or not known; "were indefinite about their plans"; "plans are indefinite"
indoctrinateindoctrinateteach doctrines to; teach uncritically; "The Moonies indoctrinate their disciples"
ingeminateingeminateto say, state, or perform again; "She kept reiterating her request"
inordinateinordinatebeyond normal limits; "excessive charges"; "a book of inordinate length"; "his dress stops just short of undue elegance"; "unreasonable demands"
inseminateinseminateintroduce semen into (a female)
insinuateinsinuategive to understand; "I insinuated that I did not like his wife"
invaginateinvaginatefold inwards; "some organs can invaginate"
iodinateiodinatecause to combine with iodine; "iodinate thyroxine"
laciniatelaciniatehaving edges irregularly and finely slashed; "a laciniate leaf"
lady-of-the-nightlady-of-the-nightWest Indian shrub with fragrant showy yellowish-white flowers
miscegenatemiscegenatemarry or cohabit with a person of another race
misfortunatemisfortunatedeserving or inciting pity; "a hapless victim"; "miserable victims of war"; "the shabby room struck her as extraordinarily pathetic"- Galsworthy; "piteous appeals for help"; "pitiable homeless children"; "a pitiful fate"; "Oh, you poor thing"; "his poor distorted limbs"; "a wretched life"
molybdenitemolybdenitea mineral resembling graphite that is valued as the chief source of molybdenum and its compounds
nephelinitenephelinitean igneous rock consisting of nepheline and pyroxene
oliveniteoliveniterare green to black mineral consisting of hydrated copper arsenate that is found in copper deposits
originateoriginatebring into being; "He initiated a new program"; "Start a foundation"
oxygenateoxygenateimpregnate, combine, or supply with oxygen; "oxygenate blood"
palatinatepalatinatea territory under the jurisdiction of a count palatine
paragoniteparagonitea colorless or pale brown mica with sodium
paramagnetparamagnetmagnet made of a substance whose magnetization is proportional to the strength of the magnetic field applied to it
paripinnateparipinnate(of a leaf shape) pinnate with a pair of leaflets at the apex
passionatepassionatehaving or expressing strong emotions
peregrinateperegrinatetravel around, through, or over, especially on foot; "peregrinate the bridge"
permanganatepermanganatea dark purple salt of permanganic acid; in water solution it is used as a disinfectant and antiseptic
pomegranatepomegranatelarge globular fruit having many seeds with juicy red pulp in a tough brownish-red rind
predestinatepredestinateforeordain by divine will or decree
predominatepredominatebe larger in number, quantity, power, status or importance; "Money reigns supreme here"; "Hispanics predominate in this neighborhood"
procrastinateprocrastinatepostpone doing what one should be doing; "He did not want to write the letter and procrastinated for days"
recriminaterecriminatereturn an accusation against someone or engage in mutual accusations; charge in return
rejuvenaterejuvenatebecome young again; "The old man rejuvenated when he became a grandfather"
subordinatesubordinatea word that is more specific than a given word
suburbanitesuburbanitea resident of a suburb
unfortunateunfortunatea person who suffers misfortune
uraniniteuraninitea mineral consisting of uranium oxide and trace amounts of radium and thorium and polonium and lead and helium; uraninite in massive form is called pitchblende which is the chief uranium ore
vanadinitevanadinitea mineral consisting of chloride and vanadate of lead; a source of vanadium
WisconsiniteWisconsinitea native or resident of Wisconsin
wollastonitewollastonitea white or greyish mineral typically found in metamorphic limestone; a silicate of calcium

Rhymes with 5 syllables

WordBase wordDefinition
abruptly-pinnateabruptly-pinnate(of a leaf shape) pinnate with a pair of leaflets at the apex
affectionateaffectionatehaving or displaying warmth or affection; "affectionate children"; "a fond embrace"; "fond of his nephew"; "a tender glance"; "a warm embrace"
ampere-minuteampere-minutea unit of charge equal to 60 coulombs
archegoniatearchegoniateof or relating to an archegonium
compassionatecompassionateshare the suffering of
decontaminatedecontaminaterid of contamination; "The soil around the housing development had to be decontaminated by the city"
dehydrogenatedehydrogenateremove hydrogen from
dimenhydrinatedimenhydrinateantihistamine and antiemetic (trade name Dramamine) used to treat motion sickness
dispassionatedispassionateunaffected by strong emotion or prejudice; "a journalist should be a dispassionate reporter of fact"
electromagnetelectromagneta temporary magnet made by coiling wire around an iron core; when current flows in the coil the iron becomes a magnet
extortionateextortionategreatly exceeding bounds of reason or moderation; "exorbitant rent"; "extortionate prices"; "spends an outrageous amount on entertainment"; "usurious interest rate"; "unconscionable spending"
imparipinnateimparipinnate(a leaf shape) pinnate with a single leaflet at the apex
indeterminateindeterminatenot leading to a definite ending or result; "an indeterminate campaign"
indiscriminateindiscriminatenot marked by fine distinctions; "indiscriminate reading habits"; "an indiscriminate mixture of colors and styles"
insubordinateinsubordinatedisposed to or engaged in defiance of established authority
isocyanateisocyanatea salt or ester of isocyanic acid
proportionateproportionateagreeing in amount, magnitude, or degree
ratiocinateratiocinatereason methodologically and logically
superannuatesuperannuateretire or become ineligible because of old age or infirmity
superordinatesuperordinatea word that is more generic than a given word
thiocyanatethiocyanatea salt of thiocyanic acid; formed when alkaline cyanides are fused with sulfur
up-to-the-minuteup-to-the-minuteup to the immediate present; most recent or most up-to-date; "the news is up-to-the-minute"; "the very latest scientific discoveries"
vesuvianitevesuvianitea green or yellow or brown mineral consisting of a hydrated silicate; it occurs as crystals in limestone and is used a gemstone

Rhymes with 6 syllables

WordBase wordDefinition
archidiaconatearchidiaconateoffice or position of an archdeacon
disproportionatedisproportionatenot proportionate
unaffectionateunaffectionatelacking affection or warm feeling; "an uncaring person"
uncompassionateuncompassionatelacking compassion or feeling for others; "nor silver-shedding tears could penetrate her uncompassionate sire"- Shakespeare

Rhymes with 7 syllables

WordBase wordDefinition
isothiocyanateisothiocyanatea family of compounds derived from horseradish and radishes and onions and mustards; source of the hotness of those plants and preparations

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