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2-Syllable Rhyming Answers #2

Each answer consists of two words that rhyme. Use the clues to determine the answers.
Each rhyming word contains exactly two syllables.
For example: Person who exchanges pirates = Raider Trader
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Last updated: December 16, 2019
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First submittedMay 8, 2015
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Hint
Answer
Hand warmer for a baby cat
Kitten Mitten
Usain in the month of January
Winter Sprinter
The most intelligent painter
Smartest Artist
Fake small horse
Phony Pony
Snoopy, as an attorney
Legal Beagle
When timber takes a nap
Lumber Slumber
Person who donates a large
internal organ
Liver Giver
Somebody who commits
an immoral act during supper
Dinner Sinner
Place where Macintoshes
go to get married
Apple Chapel
Church speech from Klaus
German Sermon
Hint
Answer
Old West bar painted a deep red color
Maroon Saloon
Brother or sister who raises
trivial objections
Quibbling Sibling
Person who despises Florida reptiles
Gator Hater
John Deere as a Hollywood star
Tractor Actor
Argument about the capital of Lebanon
Beirut Dispute
Shellfish in the capital of Belgium
Brussels Mussels
Oversized SUV for percussionists
Drummer Hummer
A sensation of recovering from injury
Healing Feeling
Cartoon mouse covered in honey
Sticky Mickey
Somebody who murders an oil worker
Driller Killer
55 Comments
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Level 84
May 8, 2015
"Is your cat making too much noise all the time? Is your cat constantly stomping around, driving you crazy?! Is your cat clawing at your furnitures? Think there's no answer? You're so stupid!"
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Level 63
Nov 19, 2020
One of the best episodes ever!! First thing I thought of when I guessed answer. :)
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Level 76
May 10, 2015
Maybe "Usian in the coldest month?"- in half the world January is mid-summer!
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Level 86
May 12, 2015
Half the world where about 10% of the human population live...
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Level 69
Jun 18, 2015
Cold Bolt anyone?
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Level 90
Nov 20, 2017
Even then, Cold Bolt is still a bit of a stretch.
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Level 89
May 7, 2019
No, old dolt.
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Level 78
Jun 18, 2015
This quiz is too northern hemisphere centric.
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Level 68
Nov 20, 2017
I naturally don't think of January as winter! Was trying to match Bolt with New Year...
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Level 74
May 16, 2015
I quibble about Beirut Dispute - the first syllable doesn't come close to rhyming.
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Level 67
Jun 18, 2015
Only the last syllables need to rhyme.
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Level 43
Jun 18, 2015
This one and "maroon saloon" are the only two that don't though...
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Level 84
Jun 4, 2016
Yeah, this one is not like the others. The reason I missed it is that I was excluding words that didn't rhyme more than the end of the last sylllable. All the others, Maroon Saloon included, rhymed either the entire word, or most, even in the exact pronunciation. Bei-ROOT and dis PEUT don't completely rhyme any part of the word.
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Level 51
Nov 20, 2017
Why is it that people only complain about the questions of the ones they get wrong? For some reason this is when the "intellectual" debates over the pettiest of details begin.
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Level 75
Jun 18, 2015
I agree with Pitzikat. That one seems like a stretch to me.
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Level 63
Oct 13, 2016
I even put Beirut Lawsuit
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Level 81
Jun 18, 2015
For the 'Snoopy Attorney' clue; I couldn't get Voyeur Lawyer out my mind. Could have sworn I was on right track.
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Level 41
Nov 21, 2017
Same!
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Level 66
May 26, 2023
I tried "puppy yuppie" which I really think should be accepted! No idea what breed an old comic cartoon is...
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Level 51
Jun 18, 2015
13. getting better at it!
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Level 60
Jun 18, 2015
Church speech from Klaus...definitely thought you meant Santa and couldn't come up with a rhyme for that. I think Martin Luther would be a better clue. Where Macintoshs go to get married... thought you meant raincoats...maybe Gala, Pink Lady, Red Delicious, Granny Smith would work better.
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Level 68
Nov 20, 2017
I so thought macintoses were raincoats! Maybe put Macs?
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Level 69
Nov 20, 2017
I thought maybe Klaus was a specific person I hadn't heard of, so I kept trying to make "Herman sermon" work, with different spellings of Herrman/Hermann.
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Level 75
Nov 20, 2017
I had the same problem, and I agree this one was more difficult because of the multiple meanings of Macintosh. Macintosh can be either an apple variety, a raincoat, a computer, or even a British surname. (That last one made me think of Reading wedding.) I would have gotten the answer if a different apple variety had been used.
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Level 62
Jun 18, 2015
I also thought of Cheater Eater for "immoral act during supper." :)
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Level 74
Nov 19, 2017
you're not the only one...
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Level 68
Nov 20, 2017
Diner Minor?
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Level 79
Jun 18, 2015
I couldn't get past ickey mickey
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Level 80
Jun 22, 2015
"University of Georgia fan" would also work as a clue for "Gator Hater."
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Level 67
Oct 28, 2016
I would never have gotten "smartest artist" and "Beirut dispute" because in my mind, those words didn't sound alike at all. But then, I'm not a native speaker so pronunciation is my weakness.
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Level 70
Feb 9, 2017
Herman Klaus: Herman Sermon?
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Level 79
Nov 19, 2017
Me too, I kept trying to come up with a first name. Tried Herman a few times with different spelling.
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Level 76
Nov 19, 2017
Not sure how Americans would say it, but "smartest artist" definitely doesn't rhyme for Brits.
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Level 69
Nov 19, 2017
I’d rhyme smartest artist fine but then i’m In London so miss out the middle T anyway on pronunciation ;)
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Level 74
Nov 19, 2017
Where in Britain do you come from that they don't rhyme? It certainly rhymes for this Brit
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Level 71
Nov 20, 2017
Doesn't for me also, smar TEST and ar TIST just don't match.
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Level 74
Nov 19, 2017
There is actually a slasher movie called "Driller killer".
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Level 76
Nov 19, 2017
English is not my first language so a lot of these don't rhyme
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Level 85
Nov 19, 2017
There are languages besides English?
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Level 68
Nov 20, 2017
LOL
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Level 48
Oct 27, 2018
no... really ?????.... er can you give a few examples, please..
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Level 48
Nov 19, 2017
Maroon and Saloon don't even come close to rhyming. They look the same spelt out though. A few of the others come close, but still don't rhyme. Also January is very hot!

Was anyone else trying raincoat rhymes for the apple one?

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Level 68
Nov 20, 2017
Yes and Yes. (January is hot, and raincoat rhymes).
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Level 68
Nov 20, 2017
Cool quiz though!
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Level 62
Nov 20, 2017
so how would you be pronouncing them? for me its MUH-ROON and SUH-LOON.
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Level 71
Nov 20, 2017
I pronounce Maroon and Saloon the same, but here in Australia some people say Marone for Maroon.
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Level 75
Nov 20, 2017
Too animal-centric. Six animal answers and only two plants. Plants are tired of playing second fiddle in your quizzes. ;)
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Level 66
Nov 20, 2017
Since it just says Usain and not Bolt, I kept thinking Bolt was the word it wanted, but I couldn't think of a word related to January that rhymes with it.
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Level 73
Sep 16, 2018
Can you accept "eater cheater" and "dinner sinner?"
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Level 48
Oct 27, 2018
please can you use a different apple variety....something more recognisable world wide...?
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Level 81
Dec 7, 2020
Is "apple temple" an acceptable answer?
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Level 89
Aug 28, 2021
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious and pus rhyme, going by these rules.
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Level 81
Apr 4, 2023
I was so far away from getting the Lebanon rhyme that I started wondering if they'd changed the capital city.
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Level 66
Jul 23, 2023
Fun! and they all rhyme imho..........took awhile to get to an apple variety instead of a raincoat/jacket, but made it just in time. Thought Beirut//dispute was one of the easiest.

Missed three.

Thanks for sharing this clever idea.

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Level 65
Oct 21, 2023
Sometimes I expect the clue to be bordering on esoteric and forget to think literally. I typed "wonky donkey" at least three times before realizing there was a more obvious answer.