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Rhymes with abhorred

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Three-syllable rhymes

  • shoulder board — one of a pair of narrow, stiff, cloth patches bearing an insignia of rank and worn on the shoulders by a commissioned officer.
  • skirting board — fabric for making skirts.
  • sounding board — a thin, resonant plate of wood forming part of a musical instrument, and so placed as to enhance the power and quality of the tone.
  • spinal cord — the cord of nerve tissue extending through the spinal canal of the spinal column.
  • underscored — to mark with a line or lines underneath; underline, as for emphasis.
  • unexplored — to traverse or range over (a region, area, etc.) for the purpose of discovery: to explore the island.
  • untoward — unfavorable or unfortunate: Untoward circumstances forced him into bankruptcy.
  • vocal cord — (anatomy) Either of two pairs of folds of mucous membrane stretched horizontally across the human larynx whose vibrations help to produce the voice.
  • bedford cord — a heavy corded cloth, similar to corduroy
  • bungee cord — a type of stretchy rope consisting of elastic strands often in a fabric casing. Bungee cords may be used in parachuting, bungee jumping or to secure loads. Ones used for securing loads often have hooks on either end.
  • circuit board — A circuit board is the same as a printed circuit board.
  • common chord — a chord consisting of the keynote, a major or minor third, and a perfect fifth
  • control board — a panel containing switches, dials, and other equipment for regulating electrical devices, lights, etc.
  • cribbage board — a board, with pegs and holes, used for scoring at cribbage
  • cutting board — A cutting board is a wooden or plastic board that you chop meat and vegetables on.
  • diving board — a springboard.
  • drafting board — drawing board.
  • draining board — The draining board is the place on a sink unit where things such as cups, plates, and cutlery are put to drain after they have been washed.
  • drawing board — a rectangular board on which paper is placed or mounted for drawing or drafting.
  • golden horde — the army of Mongol Tartars that overran eastern Europe in the 13th century, established a khanate in Russia, and maintained suzerainty there until the 15th century.
  • gypsum board — wallboard composed primarily of gypsum and often used as sheathing.
  • henry fordElizabeth Bloomer ("Betty") 1918–2011, U.S. First Lady 1974–77 (wife of Gerald R. Ford).
  • ledger board — a horizontal board, as in a fence.
  • notice board — bulletin board for displaying public messages
  • particle board — any of various composition boards formed from small particles of wood, as flakes or shavings, tightly compressed and bonded together with a resin.
  • prerecord — to record beforehand or in advance.
  • running board — a small ledge, step, or footboard, formerly beneath the doors of an automobile, to assist passengers entering or leaving the car.
  • sandwich board — two connected posters or signboards that hang in front of and behind a person and usually bear some advertisement, notice, exhortation, or the like.
  • seventh chord — a chord formed by the superposition of three thirds.

Four-or-more syllable rhymes

  • bulletin board — A bulletin board is a board which is usually attached to a wall in order to display notices giving information about something.
  • ironing board — a flat, cloth-covered board or other surface, often foldable and having legs, on which clothing, linens, or similar articles are ironed.

Four-or-more syllable rhymes

  • medical record — Details about a patient's previous medical experiences, such as operations and medications taken.
  • umbilical cord — Anatomy. a cord or funicle connecting the embryo or fetus with the placenta of the mother and transporting nourishment from the mother and wastes from the fetus.

Four-or-more syllable rhymes

  • congressional record — (in the US) the government journal that publishes all proceedings of Congress
  • federal reserve board — a U.S. federal banking system that is under the control of a central board of governors (Federal Reserve Board) with a central bank (Federal Reserve Bank) in each of 12 districts and that has wide powers in controlling credit and the flow of money as well as in performing other functions, as regulating and supervising its member banks.
  • stockholder of record — a stockholder or his or her agent whose name is registered on the books of the issuing corporation at the close of a business day set for determining that stockholders shall receive dividends or vote on an issue.

One-syllable rhymes

  • board — A board is a flat, thin, rectangular piece of wood or plastic which is used for a particular purpose.
  • bored — If you are bored, you feel tired and impatient because you have lost interest in something or because you have nothing to do.
  • chord — A chord is a number of musical notes played or sung at the same time with a pleasing effect.
  • cord — Cord is strong, thick string.
  • fjord — a long, narrow arm of the sea bordered by steep cliffs: usually formed by glacial erosion.
  • floored — that part of a room, hallway, or the like, that forms its lower enclosing surface and upon which one walks.
  • fordElizabeth Bloomer ("Betty") 1918–2011, U.S. First Lady 1974–77 (wife of Gerald R. Ford).
  • forde — Frank, full name Francis Michael Forde. 1890–1983, Australian politician; prime minister of Australia for eight days (1945)
  • gored — to make or furnish with a gore or gores.
  • gourd — the hard-shelled fruit of any of various plants, especially those of Lagenaria siceraria (white-flowered gourd or bottle gourd) whose dried shell is used for bowls and other utensils, and Cucurbita pepo (yellow-flowered gourd) used ornamentally. Compare gourd family.
  • hoard — a supply or accumulation that is hidden or carefully guarded for preservation, future use, etc.: a vast hoard of silver.
  • horde — a large group, multitude, number, etc.; a mass or crowd: a horde of tourists.
  • lord — a person who has authority, control, or power over others; a master, chief, or ruler.
  • nord — a department in N France. 2229 sq. mi. (5770 sq. km). Capital: Lille.
  • oared — furnished with oars.
  • ord — Order.
  • pored — to read or study with steady attention or application: a scholar poring over a rare old manuscript.
  • poured — to send (a liquid, fluid, or anything in loose particles) flowing or falling, as from one container to another, or into, over, or on something: to pour a glass of milk; to pour water on a plant.
  • roared — to utter a loud, deep cry or howl, as in excitement, distress, or anger.
  • soared — to fly upward, as a bird.
  • stored — an establishment where merchandise is sold, usually on a retail basis.
  • sward — the grassy surface of land; turf.
  • sword — a weapon having various forms but consisting typically of a long, straight or slightly curved blade, sharp-edged on one or both sides, with one end pointed and the other fixed in a hilt or handle.
  • ward — (Aaron) Montgomery, 1843–1913, U.S. merchant and mail-order retailer.

Two-syllable rhymes

  • aboard — If you are aboard a ship or plane, you are on it or in it.
  • accord — An accord between countries or groups of people is a formal agreement, for example to end a war.
  • adored — to regard with the utmost esteem, love, and respect; honor.
  • afford — If you cannot afford something, you do not have enough money to pay for it.
  • award — An award is a prize or certificate that a person is given for doing something well.
  • big board — the quotation board in the New York Stock Exchange
  • bottle gourd — an Old World cucurbitaceous climbing plant, Lagenaria siceraria, having large hard-shelled gourds as fruits
  • deplored — to regret deeply or strongly; lament: to deplore the present state of morality.
  • draft board — a board of civilians charged with registering, classifying, and selecting persons for U.S. military service.
  • ignored — to refrain from noticing or recognizing: to ignore insulting remarks.
  • press lord — press baron.
  • rag gourd — loofah (def 1).
  • reboard — a piece of wood sawed thin, and of considerable length and breadth compared with the thickness.
  • record — to set down in writing or the like, as for the purpose of preserving evidence.
  • reward — a sum of money offered for the detection or capture of a criminal, the recovery of lost or stolen property, etc.
  • sash cord — a cord for connecting a vertically sliding window sash with a counterweight.
  • school board — a local board or committee in charge of public education.
  • sour gourd — the acid fruit of any of several African or Australian trees belonging to the genus Adansonia, of the bombax family, as the baobab, A. digitata.
  • toward — in the direction of: to walk toward the river.
  • verwoerd — Hendrik Frensch [hen-drik frens] /ˈhɛn drɪk frɛns/ (Show IPA), 1901–66, South African political leader, born in the Netherlands: prime minister 1958–66.
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