Rhymes with abandonment

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Three-syllable rhymes

  • abandon — If you abandon a place, thing, or person, you leave the place, thing, or person permanently or for a long time, especially when you should not do so.
  • abandoned — An abandoned place or building is no longer used or occupied.
  • abstinent — forbearance from any indulgence of appetite, especially from the use of alcoholic beverages: total abstinence.
  • accident — An accident happens when a vehicle hits a person, an object, or another vehicle, causing injury or damage.
  • activist — An activist is a person who works to bring about political or social changes by campaigning in public or working for an organization.
  • adamant — If someone is adamant about something, they are determined not to change their mind about it.
  • adequate — If something is adequate, there is enough of it or it is good enough to be used or accepted.
  • adjutant — An adjutant is an officer in the army who deals with administrative work.
  • advocate — If you advocate a particular action or plan, you recommend it publicly.
  • affricate — a composite speech sound consisting of a stop and a fricative articulated at the same point, such as the sound written ch, as in chair
  • aggregate — An aggregate amount or score is made up of several smaller amounts or scores added together.
  • amulet — An amulet is a small object that you wear or carry because you think it will bring you good luck and protect you from evil or injury.
  • analyst — An analyst is a person whose job is to analyse a subject and give opinions about it.
  • animate — Something that is animate has life, in contrast to things like stones and machines which do not.
  • animism — the belief that natural objects, phenomena, and the universe itself have desires and intentions
  • annulment — The annulment of a contract or marriage is an official declaration that it is invalid, so that legally it is considered never to have existed.
  • aqueduct — An aqueduct is a long bridge with many arches, which carries a water supply or a canal over a valley.
  • banishment — Banishment is the act of banishing someone or the state of being banished.
  • battlefront — the front line of a battle, where the action takes place
  • battlement — a parapet or wall with indentations or embrasures, originally for shooting through
  • cabinet — A cabinet is a cupboard used for storing things such as medicine or alcoholic drinks or for displaying decorative things in.
  • anti-calvinistic — the doctrines and teachings of John Calvin or his followers, emphasizing predestination, the sovereignty of God, the supreme authority of the Scriptures, and the irresistibility of grace. Compare Arminianism.
  • catalyst — You can describe a person or thing that causes a change or event to happen as a catalyst.
  • catapult — A catapult is a device for shooting small stones. It is made of a Y-shaped stick with a piece of elastic tied between the two top parts.
  • classicist — A classicist is someone who studies the ancient Greek and Roman civilizations, especially their languages, literature, and philosophy.
  • commandment — The Ten Commandments are the ten rules of behaviour which, according to the Old Testament of the Bible, people should obey.
  • flatulent — generating gas in the alimentary canal, as food.
  • graduate — a person who has received a degree or diploma on completing a course of study, as in a university, college, or school.
  • halibut — either of two large flatfishes, Hippoglossus hippoglossus, of the North Atlantic, or H. stenolepis, of the North Pacific, used for food.
  • innocent — free from moral wrong; without sin; pure: innocent children.
  • laminate — to separate or split into thin layers.
  • management — the act or manner of managing; handling, direction, or control.
  • panelist — a member of a small group of persons gathered for formal public discussion, judging, playing a radio or television game, etc.
  • passionate — having, compelled by, or ruled by intense emotion or strong feeling; fervid: a passionate advocate of socialism.
  • sacrament — Ecclesiastical. a visible sign of an inward grace, especially one of the solemn Christian rites considered to have been instituted by Jesus Christ to symbolize or confer grace: the sacraments of the Protestant churches are baptism and the Lord's Supper; the sacraments of the Roman Catholic and Greek Orthodox churches are baptism, confirmation, the Eucharist, matrimony, penance, holy orders, and extreme unction.

Four-or-more syllable rhymes

  • abandoning — to leave completely and finally; forsake utterly; desert: to abandon one's farm; to abandon a child; to abandon a sinking ship.
  • anatomist — An anatomist is an expert in anatomy.
  • antagonist — Your antagonist is your opponent or enemy.
  • compassionate — If you describe someone or something as compassionate, you mean that they feel or show pity, sympathy, and understanding for people who are suffering.
  • contaminant — A contaminant is something that contaminates a substance such as water or food.
  • diaconate — the office, sacramental status, or period of office of a deacon
  • dispassionate — free from or unaffected by passion; devoid of personal feeling or bias; impartial; calm: a dispassionate critic.
  • inadequate — not adequate or sufficient; inept or unsuitable.
  • inanimate — not animate; lifeless.
  • inhabitant — a person or animal that inhabits a place, especially as a permanent resident.
  • intransigent — refusing to agree or compromise; uncompromising; inflexible.
  • judge advocate — a staff officer designated as legal adviser to a commander and charged with the administration of military justice.
  • nationalist — a person devoted to nationalism.
  • naturalist — a person who studies or is an expert in natural history, especially a zoologist or botanist.
  • philanthropist — a person who practices philanthropy.
  • protagonist — the leading character, hero, or heroine of a drama or other literary work.

Four-or-more syllable rhymes

  • devil's advocate — If you play devil's advocate in a discussion or debate, you express an opinion which you may not agree with but which is very different to what other people have been saying, in order to make the argument more interesting.
  • line management — those managers in an organization who are responsible for the main activity or product of the organization, as distinct from those, such as transport, accounting, or personnel, who provide services to the line management
  • psychoanalyst — a person trained to practice psychoanalysis.
  • televangelist — an evangelist who regularly conducts religious services on television.
  • undergraduate — a student in a university or college who has not received a first, especially a bachelor's, degree.

Four-or-more syllable rhymes

  • cerebral aqueduct — The channel in the brain which connects the third ventricle to the fourth ventricle. It is surrounded by the periaqueductal gray.
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