Rhymes with abash

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Three-syllable rhymes

  • prickly ash — Also called Northern prickly ash, toothache tree. a citrus shrub or small tree, Zanthoxylum americanum, having aromatic leaves and usually prickly branches.
  • soda ash — sodium carbonate (def 1).
  • window sash — the frame holding the pane of a window.
  • diaper rash — (in babies) any irritation to the skin around the genitals, anus, or buttocks, usually caused by contact with urine or excrement
  • in a flash — very quickly, in an instant
  • poor white trash — white trash.

Four-or-more syllable rhymes

One-syllable rhymes

  • asch — Sholem (ˈʃəʊləm). 1880–1957, US writer, born in Poland, who wrote in Yiddish. His works include biblical novels
  • ash — Ash is the grey or black powdery substance that is left after something is burnt. You can also refer to this substance as ashes.
  • ashe — Arthur (Robert). 1943–93, US tennis player: US champion 1968; Wimbledon champion 1975
  • bash — A bash is a party or celebration, especially a large one held by an official organization or attended by famous people.
  • brash — If you describe someone or their behaviour as brash, you disapprove of them because you think that they are too confident and aggressive.
  • cache — A cache is a quantity of things such as weapons that have been hidden.
  • cash — Cash is money in the form of notes and coins rather than cheques.
  • clash — When people clash, they fight, argue, or disagree with each other.
  • crash — A crash is an accident in which a moving vehicle hits something and is damaged or destroyed.
  • dash — If you dash somewhere, you run or go there quickly and suddenly.
  • flash — a precedence code for handling messages about initial enemy contact or operational combat messages of extreme urgency within the U.S. military.
  • gash — a long, deep wound or cut; slash.
  • gnash — to grind or strike (the teeth) together, especially in rage or pain.
  • hash — hashish.
  • lash — an ocean-going vessel equipped with special cranes and holds for lifting and stowing cargo-carrying barges that can be sailed up inland waterways or into port facilities from offshore.
  • mash — to flirt with; court the affections of.
  • nashJohn, 1752–1835, English architect and city planner.
  • pash — an infatuation for another person; crush.
  • rash — acting or tending to act too hastily or without due consideration.
  • sash — a fixed or movable framework, as in a window or door, in which panes of glass are set.
  • slash — to cut with a violent sweeping stroke or by striking violently and at random, as with a knife or sword.
  • smash — to break to pieces with violence and often with a crashing sound, as by striking, letting fall, or dashing against something; shatter: He smashed the vase against the wall.
  • splash — to wet or soil by dashing masses or particles of water, mud, or the like; spatter: Don't splash her dress!
  • stash — to put by or away as for safekeeping or future use, usually in a secret place (usually followed by away): The squirrel stashes away nuts for winter.
  • thrash — to beat soundly in punishment; flog.
  • trash — anything worthless, useless, or discarded; rubbish.

Two-syllable rhymes

  • bone ash — the residue obtained when bones are burned in air, consisting mainly of calcium phosphate. It is used as a fertilizer and in the manufacture of bone china
  • fly ash — fine particles of ash of a solid fuel carried out of the flue of a furnace with the waste gases produced during combustion.
  • heat rash — prickly heat.
  • hot flash — a sudden, temporary sensation of heat experienced by some women during menopause.
  • nettle rash — urticaria resulting from contact with various plants causing local irritation.
  • noncash — of or constituting financial sources other than cash: a noncash expense.
  • rehash — to work up (old material) in a new form.
  • sour mash — a blended grain mash used in the distilling of some whiskeys, consisting of new mash and a portion of mash from a preceding run and yielding a high rate of lactic acid.
  • swung dash — a mark of punctuation (∼) used in place of a word or part of a word previously spelled out.
  • white ash — any of various trees of the genus Fraxinus, of the olive family, especially F. excelsior, of Europe and Asia, or F. americana (white ash) of North America, having opposite, pinnate leaves and purplish flowers in small clusters.
  • white trash — a member of the class of poor whites, especially in the southern U.S.
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