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Rhymes with conceal

con·ceal
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One-syllable rhymes

  • squeal — a somewhat prolonged, sharp, shrill cry, as of pain, fear, or surprise.
  • steal — to take (the property of another or others) without permission or right, especially secretly or by force: A pickpocket stole his watch.
  • steel — any of various modified forms of iron, artificially produced, having a carbon content less than that of pig iron and more than that of wrought iron, and having qualities of hardness, elasticity, and strength varying according to composition and heat treatment: generally categorized as having a high, medium, or low-carbon content.
  • steeleSir Richard, 1672–1729, English essayist, journalist, dramatist, and political leader; born in Ireland.
  • teal — any of several species of small dabbling ducks, of worldwide distribution, usually traveling in tight flocks and frequenting ponds and marshes.
  • teel — til.
  • veal — Also, vealer [vee-ler] /ˈvi lər/ (Show IPA). a calf raised for its meat, usually a milk-fed animal less than three months old.
  • weil — André, 1906–98, U.S. mathematician, born in France: brother of Simone Weil.
  • we'll — We'll is the usual spoken form of 'we shall' or 'we will'.
  • wheel — a circular frame or disk arranged to revolve on an axis, as on or in vehicles or machinery.
  • zeal — fervor for a person, cause, or object; eager desire or endeavor; enthusiastic diligence; ardor.
  • beal — a god of the ancient Celts, a personification of the sun.
  • beale — Dorothea. 1831–1906, British schoolmistress, a champion of women's education and suffrage. As principal of Cheltenham Ladies' College (1858–1906) she introduced important reforms
  • cele — past participle of celer.
  • creel — a wickerwork basket, esp one used to hold fish
  • deal — If you say that you need or have a great deal of or a good deal of a particular thing, you are emphasizing that you need or have a lot of it.
  • eel — any of numerous elongated, snakelike marine or freshwater fishes of the order Apodes, having no ventral fins.
  • feel — to perceive or examine by touch.
  • heal — to make healthy, whole, or sound; restore to health; free from ailment.
  • heel — a contemptibly dishonorable or irresponsible person: We all feel like heels for ducking out on you like this.
  • he'll — he will
  • keel — a red ocher stain used for marking sheep, lumber, etc.; ruddle.
  • kneel — to go down or rest on the knees or a knee.
  • leal — loyal; true.
  • lille — a department in N France. 2229 sq. mi. (5770 sq. km). Capital: Lille.
  • meal — a coarse, unsifted powder ground from the edible seeds of any grain: wheat meal; cornmeal.
  • neal — a male given name.
  • neel — Louis Eugène Félix [lwee œ-zhen fey-leeks] /lwi œˈʒɛn feɪˈliks/ (Show IPA), 1904–2000, French physicist: Nobel prize 1970.
  • neil — a male given name: from an Irish word meaning “champion.”.
  • neill — A(lexander) S(utherland). 1883–1973, Scottish educationalist and writer, who put his progressive educational theories into practice at Summerhill school (founded 1921)
  • peal — a loud, prolonged ringing of bells.
  • peale — Charles Willson [wil-suh n] /ˈwɪl sən/ (Show IPA), 1741–1827, and his brother James, 1749–1831, U.S. painters.
  • peel — to strip (something) of its skin, rind, bark, etc.: to peel an orange.
  • peeleGeorge, 1558?–97? English dramatist.
  • reel — a lively Scottish dance.
  • scheele — Karl Wilhelm [kahrl vil-helm] /kɑrl ˈvɪl hɛlm/ (Show IPA), 1742–86, Swedish chemist.
  • seal — a member of the U.S. Navy’s special operations forces.
  • seel — Falconry. to sew shut (the eyes of a falcon) during parts of its training.
  • she'll — She'll is the usual spoken form of 'she will'.
  • spiel — a usually high-flown talk or speech, especially for the purpose of luring people to a movie, a sale, etc.; pitch.

Two-syllable rhymes

  • abele — white poplar (sense 1)
  • anneal — to temper or toughen (something) by heat treatment
  • appeal — If you appeal to someone to do something, you make a serious and urgent request to them.
  • biel — a town in NW Switzerland, on Lake Biel. Pop: 48 655 (2000)
  • big wheel — A big wheel is a very large upright wheel with carriages around the edge of it which people can ride in. Big wheels are often found at theme parks or fun fairs.
  • blood meal — the dried blood of animals used as a fertilizer, diet supplement for livestock, or deer repellent.
  • brasil — Brazil
  • camille — a feminine name
  • cecile — a feminine name
  • congeal — When a liquid congeals, it becomes very thick and sticky and almost solid.
  • diel — of or relating to a 24-hour period, especially a regular daily cycle, as of the physiology or behavior of an organism.
  • drop keel — centerboard.
  • eared seal — any seal of the family Otariidae, comprising the sea lions and fur seals, having external ears and flexible hind flippers that are used when moving about on land: the front flippers are used in swimming.
  • fair deal — the principles of the liberal wing of the Democratic Party under the leadership of President Harry S Truman, consisting largely of a continuation and development of the principles of the New Deal.
  • fifth wheel — a horizontal ring or segment of a ring, consisting of two bands that slide on each other, placed above the front axle of a carriage and designed to support the forepart of the body while allowing it to turn freely in a horizontal plane.
  • fin keel — a finlike projection extending downward from the keel of a sailboat, serving to prevent lateral motion and acting as additional ballast.
  • fish meal — dried fish ground for use as fertilizer, animal feed, or an ingredient in other foods.
  • french heel — a high, curved heel, characterized by a heel breast curving into a shank, used on women's shoes.
  • fur seal — any of several eared seals, as Callorhinus alascanus, having a plush underfur used in making coats, trimmings, etc.
  • genteel — belonging or suited to polite society.
  • good deal — to occupy oneself or itself (usually followed by with or in): Botany deals with the study of plants. He deals in generalities.
  • great deal — to occupy oneself or itself (usually followed by with or in): Botany deals with the study of plants. He deals in generalities.
  • great seal — the principal seal of a government or state.
  • hair seal — any of various seals having coarse hair and no soft underfur.
  • harp seal — a northern earless seal, Pagophilus groenlandicus, with pale-yellow fur darkening to gray with age, of coasts, drifting ice, and seas of the North Atlantic Ocean, hunted for its fur.
  • idle wheel — a wheel for transmitting power and motion between a driving and a driven part, either by friction or by means of teeth.
  • kiel — two contiguous duchies of Denmark that were a center of international tension in the 19th century: Prussia annexed Schleswig 1864 and Holstein 1866.
  • lucille — a female given name, form of Lucia or Lucy.
  • mild steel — low-carbon steel, containing no more than 0.25 percent carbon.
  • nevil — a male given name, form of Neville.
  • new deal — the principles of the progressive wing of the Democratic Party, especially those advocated under the leadership of President Franklin D. Roosevelt for economic recovery and social reforms.
  • oil meal — oil cake ground into small particles for livestock feed.
  • o'neill — Eugene (Gladstone) 1888–1953, U.S. playwright: Nobel prize 1936.
  • ordeal — any extremely severe or trying test, experience, or trial.
  • paddle wheel — a wheel for propelling a ship, having a number of paddles entering the water more or less perpendicularly.
  • raw deal — unjust treatment
  • real — true; not merely ostensible, nominal, or apparent: the real reason for an act.
  • repeal — to revoke or withdraw formally or officially: to repeal a grant.
  • reseal — close or make airtight again
  • reveal — to make known; disclose; divulge: to reveal a secret.
  • rielLouis, 1844–85, Canadian revolutionary.
  • sand eel — sand lance.
  • schiele — Egon [ey-gawn] /ˈeɪ gɔn/ (Show IPA), 1890–1918, Austrian expressionist painter.
  • shiel — a pasture or grazing ground.
  • spike heel — a very high heel that tapers to a narrow base, used on women's shoes.
  • spur wheel — spur gear.
  • square deal — the stated policy of President Theodore Roosevelt, originally promising fairness in all dealings with labor and management and later extended to include other groups.
  • stacked heel — a shoe heel constructed from several layers of material.
  • tool steel — any of various high-carbon steels capable of being hardened and tempered to meet special requirements for machining, etc.
  • unseal — to break or remove the seal of; open, as something sealed or firmly closed: to unseal a letter; to unseal a tomb.
  • wedge heel — a heel formed by a roughly triangular or wedgelike piece that extends from the front or middle to the back of the sole, used on women's shoes.
  • worm wheel — worm gear (def 2).

Three-syllable rhymes

  • a good deal — bargain
  • alloy steel — steel that has been alloyed with one or more other metals or elements to improve specific properties such as strength or resistance to wear
  • balance wheel — a wheel oscillating against the hairspring of a timepiece, thereby regulating its beat
  • bearded seal — a large gray-to-golden seal, Erignathus barbatus, inhabiting the Arctic Ocean and adjacent waters, having square foreflippers and a thick mustache of long bristles on each side of the muzzle.
  • beau ideal — perfect beauty or excellence
  • carbon steel — steel whose characteristics are determined by the amount of carbon it contains
  • color wheel — Art. one of a pair of primary or secondary colors opposed to the other member of the pair on a schematic chart or scale (color wheel) as green opposed to red, orange opposed to blue, or violet opposed to yellow. Compare analogous color. the relationship of these pairs of colors perceived as completing or enhancing each other.
  • common seal — the official seal of a corporate body
  • congo eel — an aquatic salamander, Amphiuma means, having an eel-like body with gill slits and rudimentary limbs and inhabiting still, muddy waters in the southern US: family Amphiumidae
  • corneal — Corneal means relating to the cornea.
  • crucible steel — a high-quality steel made by melting wrought iron, charcoal, and other additives in a crucible
  • cuban heel — a moderately high heel for a shoe or boot
  • daisy wheel — a component of a computer printer in the shape of a wheel with many spokes that prints characters using a disk with characters around the circumference as the print element
  • driving wheel — Machinery. a main wheel that communicates motion to others.
  • earless seal — any seal of the family Phocidae, comprising seals that lack external ears and that use the hind flippers for swimming: land locomotion is accomplished by wriggling and by propelling with the front flippers.
  • ferris wheel — an amusement ride consisting of a large upright wheel rotating on a fixed stand and having seats around its rim suspended freely so that they remain right side up as they revolve.
  • grinding wheel — a wheel composed of abrasive material, used for grinding.
  • harbor seal — a small, spotted seal, Phoca vitulina, of the Atlantic coasts of North America and Europe and the Pacific coast of northern North America.
  • hooded seal — a large seal, Cystophora cristata, the male of which has a large, distensible, hoodlike sac on the head.
  • hudson seal — muskrat fur that has been plucked and dyed to give the appearance of seal.
  • ideal — a conception of something in its perfection.
  • indian meal — cornmeal (def 1).
  • lantern wheel — a wheel, used like a pinion, consisting essentially of two parallel disks or heads whose peripheries are connected by a series of bars that engage with the teeth of another wheel.
  • nickel steel — steel to which up to 9 percent nickel has been added.
  • orange peel — outer skin of an orange
  • planet wheel — any of the gears in an epicyclic train surrounding and engaging with the sun gear.
  • potter's wheel — a device with a rotating horizontal disk upon which clay is molded by a potter.
  • prayer wheel — a wheel or cylinder inscribed with or containing prayers, used chiefly by Buddhists of Tibet.
  • puerile — of or relating to a child or to childhood.
  • sex appeal — the ability to excite people sexually.
  • spinning wheel — a device formerly used for spinning wool, flax, etc., into yarn or thread, consisting essentially of a single spindle driven by a large wheel operated by hand or foot.
  • stainless steel — alloy steel containing 12 percent or more chromium, so as to be resistant to rust and attack from various chemicals.
  • steering wheel — a wheel used by a driver, pilot, or the like, to steer an automobile, ship, etc.
  • surreal — of, relating to, or characteristic of surrealism, an artistic and literary style; surrealistic.
  • tungsten steel — an alloy steel containing tungsten.
  • unreal — not real or actual.
  • water wheel — a wheel or turbine turned by the weight or momentum of water and used to operate machinery.

Four-or-more syllable rhymes

  • achilles' heel — a portion, spot, area, or the like, that is especially or solely vulnerable: His Achilles heel is his quick temper.
  • automobile — An automobile is a car.
  • catherine wheel — A Catherine wheel is a firework in the shape of a circle which spins round and round.
  • damascus steel — a hard flexible steel with wavy markings caused by forging the metal in strips: used for sword blades
  • lord privy seal — a cabinet minister without portfolio.
  • manganese steel — any of various steels containing manganese, especially one that has up to 14 percent manganese, used in work involving heavy strains and impacts.
  • stiletto heel — spike heel.
  • structural steel — the variety of steel shapes rolled for use in construction.
  • vanadium steel — an alloy steel containing vanadium.
  • vinegar eel — a minute nematode worm, Anguillula aceti, common in vinegar, fermenting paste, etc.
  • virginia reel — an American country dance in which the partners start by facing each other in two lines.
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