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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_closed_pairs_of_English_rhyming_words

This page has a list of closed pairs of English rhyming words—in each pair, both words rhyme ... pairs[edit]. Trochaic pairs[edit]. In a trochaic pair, each word is a trochee, with the first syllable stressed and the second syllable unstressed.

www.rhymer.com/RhymingDictionary/pair.html

air, bare, bear, blare, care. chair, dare, err, fair, faire. fare, flair, flare, glare, hair. hare, heir, lair, mare, pair. pare, pear, prayer, quare, rare. scare, share, snare ...

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It's time to rhyme! On this worksheet, kids draw lines to connect pictures whose names rhyme. Then they think of other rhyming word matches.

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Words and phrases that rhyme with pairs: (162 results). 1 syllable: aeres, air's, airs, ayer's ... Rare words are dimmed. Click on a word above to view its definition .

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Find an adjective that rhymes with a noun so that the two words together have about the same meaning as the phrase that is given. An example has been done  ...

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Words and phrases that rhyme with pair: (655 results). 1 syllable: a-share, aer, air , ayre, b-share, baehr, baer, bahr, bair, bare, bear, behr, blair, blaire, blare, ...

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It's time to rhyme! On this worksheet, kids draw lines to connect pictures whose names rhyme. Then they think of other rhyming word matches.

www.lingerandlook.com/Words/PrimeRhymes.htm

Prime rhymes are word pairs with identical sounds except for the leading consonants and which make sense together, like “hot spot.” Such couplets of two  ...

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Apr 7, 2017 ... for later- Word Families - Mini-Books (Short Vowels) {FREE}. Kids cut and paste the pictures included in the unit (or from a magazine), then ...