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One-syllable rhymes

  • ball — A ball is a round object that is used in games such as tennis, baseball, football, basketball, and cricket.
  • bawl — If you bawl, you shout in a very loud voice, for example because you are angry or you want people to hear you.
  • brawl — A brawl is a rough or violent fight.
  • call — If you call someone or something by a particular name or title, you give them that name or title.
  • caul — a portion of the amniotic sac sometimes covering a child's head at birth
  • crawl — When you crawl, you move forward on your hands and knees.
  • drawl — an act or utterance of a person who drawls.
  • fall — to drop or descend under the force of gravity, as to a lower place through loss or lack of support.
  • gall — (Pizi) 1840?–94, leader of the Hunkpapa Sioux: a major chief in the battle of Little Bighorn.
  • gaul — an ancient region in W Europe, including the modern areas of N Italy, France, Belgium, and the S Netherlands: consisted of two main divisions, one part S of the Alps (Cisalpine Gaul) and another part N of the Alps (Transalpine Gaul)
  • gaulle — Charles André Joseph Marie [chahrlz ahn-drey joh-zuh f muh-ree;; French sharl ahn-drey zhoh-zef ma-ree] /tʃɑrlz ˈɑn dreɪ ˈdʒoʊ zəf məˈri;; French ʃarl ɑ̃ˈdreɪ ʒoʊˈzɛf maˈri/ (Show IPA), 1890–1970, French general and statesman: president 1959–69.
  • hall — Asaph [ey-suh f] /ˈeɪ səf/ (Show IPA), 1829–1907, U.S. astronomer: discovered the satellites of Mars.
  • haul — to pull or draw with force; move by drawing; drag: They hauled the boat up onto the beach.
  • lall — to make imperfect l- or r- sounds, or both, often by substituting a w- like sound for r or l or a y- like sound for l.
  • mall — Also called shopping mall. a large retail complex containing a variety of stores and often restaurants and other business establishments housed in a series of connected or adjacent buildings or in a single large building. Compare shopping center.
  • maul — a heavy hammer, as for driving stakes or wedges.
  • mol — the basic unit in the International System of Units (SI), representing the amount of a substance expressed in grams containing as many atoms, molecules, or ions as the number of atoms in 12 grams of carbon-12 (which is Avogadro's number, or 6.022 × 10 23).
  • pall — a cloth, often of velvet, for spreading over a coffin, bier, or tomb.
  • paul — Paul (Johann von) [poul yoh-hahn fuh n] /paʊl ˈyoʊ hɑn fən/ (Show IPA), 1830–1914, German playwright, novelist, poet, and short-story writer: Nobel Prize 1910.
  • pol — a politician, especially one experienced in making political deals, exchanging political favors, etc.
  • saul — the first king of Israel. I Sam. 9.
  • scrawl — to write or draw in a sprawling, awkward manner: He scrawled his name hastily across the blackboard.
  • shawl — a square, triangular, or oblong piece of wool or other material worn, especially by women, about the shoulders, or the head and shoulders, in place of a coat or hat outdoors, and indoors as protection against chill or dampness.
  • small — of limited size; of comparatively restricted dimensions; not big; little: a small box.
  • spall — a chip or splinter, as of stone or ore.
  • sprawl — to be stretched or spread out in an unnatural or ungraceful manner: The puppy's legs sprawled in all directions.
  • squall — the act or sound of squalling: The baby's squall was heard next door.
  • stall — a pretext, as a ruse, trick, or the like, used to delay or deceive.
  • tall — having a relatively great height; of more than average stature: a tall woman; tall grass.
  • thrall — a person who is in bondage; slave.
  • wal — Sierra Leone (international car registration)
  • wall — any of various permanent upright constructions having a length much greater than the thickness and presenting a continuous surface except where pierced by doors, windows, etc.: used for shelter, protection, or privacy, or to subdivide interior space, to support floors, roofs, or the like, to retain earth, to fence in an area, etc.

Two-syllable rhymes

  • appall — If something appalls you, it disgusts you because it seems so bad or unpleasant.
  • bacallLauren (Betty Joan Perske) 1924–2014, U.S. actress.
  • baseball — In America, baseball is a game played by two teams of nine players. Each player from one team hits a ball with a bat and then tries to run around three bases and get to the home base before the other team can get the ball back.
  • beach ball — A beach ball is a large, light ball filled with air, which people play with, especially on the beach.
  • befall — If something bad or unlucky befalls you, it happens to you.
  • cell wall — the outer layer of a cell, esp the structure in plant cells that consists of cellulose, lignin, etc, and gives mechanical support to the cell
  • close call — a narrow escape from danger
  • crown gall — a disease of peaches, apples, roses, grapes, etc., characterized by the formation of galls on the roots or stems usually at or below ground level, caused by a bacterium, Agrobacterium tumefaciens.
  • cue ball — the ball struck by the cue, as distinguished from the object balls
  • curve ball — a continuously bending line, without angles.
  • dance hall — Dance halls were large rooms or buildings where people used to pay to go and dance, usually in the evening.
  • fair ball — a batted ball that both lands and settles within the foul lines in the infield, or that is within the foul lines when bounding to the outfield past first or third base, or that first lands within the foul lines of the outfield or would if it were not caught or deflected.
  • fly ball — a ball that is batted up into the air.
  • forestall — to prevent, hinder, or thwart by action in advance: to forestall a riot by deploying police.
  • foul ball — a batted ground ball that is hit and played outside the foul lines, or that passes outside the foul lines at first or third base, or that is played outside the foul line between home and first or third base regardless of where hit.
  • golf ball — a small, white ball with a tough cover and a resilient core of rubber, used in playing golf.
  • ground ball — a batted ball that rolls or bounces along the ground.
  • install — to place in position or connect for service or use: to install a heating system; to install software on a computer.
  • jump ball — a ball tossed into the air above and between two opposing players by the referee in putting the ball into play.
  • line squall — a squall advancing along a front that forms a more or less definite line.
  • masked ball — a ball at which masks are worn.
  • mess hall — a place in which a group eats regularly, especially a dining hall in a military camp, post, etc.
  • montreal — a seaport in S Quebec, in E Canada, on an island (Montreal Island) in the St. Lawrence.
  • nepal — a constitutional monarchy in the Himalayas between N India and Tibet. About 56,830 sq. mi. (147,190 sq. km). Capital: Kathmandu.
  • no ball — an unfairly bowled ball.
  • recall — to bring back from memory; recollect; remember: Can you recall what she said?
  • roll call — the calling of a list of names, as of soldiers or students, for checking attendance.
  • saint paulSaint, died a.d. c67, a missionary and apostle to the gentiles: author of several of the Epistles. Compare Saul (def 2).
  • sick call — a daily formation for those requiring medical attention.
  • tea ball — a small ball of perforated metal or other material in which tea leaves are placed to be immersed in hot water to make tea.
  • toll call — any telephone call involving a higher base rate than that fixed for a local message.
  • town hall — a hall or building belonging to a town, used for the transaction of the town's business and often also as a place of public assembly.
  • trunk call — a long-distance phone call.

Three-syllable rhymes

  • bearing wall — any of the walls supporting a floor or the roof of a building.
  • billiard ball — a hard ball used in billiards
  • bowling ball — a round, heavy ball for bowling, usually made of hard rubber or plastic, with holes drilled into it for the bowler's thumb and two fingers.
  • chinese wall — a notional barrier between the parts of a business, esp between the market makers and brokers of a stock-exchange business, across which no information should pass to the detriment of clients
  • city hall — The city hall is the building which a city council uses as its main offices.
  • collect call — A collect call is a telephone call which is paid for by the person who receives the call, rather than the person who makes the call.
  • curtain call — In a theatre, when actors or performers take a curtain call, they come forward to the front of the stage after a performance in order to receive the applause of the audience.
  • hanging wall — Mining. the underside of the wall rock overlying a vein or bed of ore. Compare footwall (def 1).
  • hiring hall — an employment office operated by a union for placing members in jobs.
  • margin call — a demand from a brokerage house to a customer that more money or securities be deposited in his or her margin account when the amount in it falls below that stipulated as necessary to cover the stock purchased.
  • music hall — an auditorium for concerts and musical entertainments.
  • object ball — the first ball struck by the cue ball in making a carom. Compare carom ball.
  • party wall — a wall used, or usable, as a part of contiguous structures.
  • port of call — a port visited briefly by a ship, usually to take on or discharge passengers and cargo or to undergo repairs.
  • prayer shawl — a tallith.
  • senegal — a republic in W Africa: independent member of the French Community; formerly part of French West Africa. 76,084 sq. mi. (197,057 sq. km). Capital: Dakar.
  • shopping mall — mall (def 1).
  • shower stall — an individual compartment or self-contained unit, having a single shower and accommodating one person.
  • tennis ball — a hollow ball used in tennis, made of rubber with a fuzzy covering of woven Dacron, nylon, or wool.
  • urban sprawl — the uncontrolled spread of urban development into neighboring regions.
  • wailing wall — a wall in Jerusalem where Jews, on certain occasions, assemble for prayer and lamentation: traditionally believed to be the remains of the western wall of Herod's temple, destroyed by the Romans in a.d. 70.

Four-or-more syllable rhymes

  • australian crawl — a stroke in which the feet are kicked like paddles while the arms reach forward and pull back through the water
  • conference call — A conference call is a phone call in which more than two people take part.
  • medicine ball — a large, solid, heavy, leather-covered ball, thrown from one person to another for exercise.
  • tammany hall — a Democratic political organization in New York City, founded in 1789 as a fraternal benevolent society (Tammany Society) and associated especially in the late 1800s and early 1900s with corruption and abuse of power.
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