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2-Syllable Rhyming Answers #4

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: May 1, 2017
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First submittedMay 15, 2015
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A slow song about leafy greens
Salad Ballad
Frightening milk products
Scary Dairy
Person who gives lessons
to marksmen
Shooter Tutor
Ms. Borden with a full schedule
Busy Lizzie
More rapid preacher
Faster Pastor
Person who sets up a tent in
a laundry basket
Hamper Camper
Burly southpaw
Hefty Lefty
Angry group of eight musicians
Upset Octet
Newborns who have been bitten
by infectious bats
Rabies Babies
Train stop in Port-au-Prince
Haitian Station
Hint
Answer
Cowardly large crow
Craven Raven
Shrimp and oysters that refuse to share
Selfish Shellfish
Burger King sandwich eaten
aboard a helicopter
Chopper Whopper
Academic who studies U.S. currency
Dollar Scholar
Someone who punts a bottle of whiskey
Liquor Kicker
Construction supervisor from
northern France
Norman Foreman
Duplicate of an outdated computer disc
Floppy Copy
Racket sport played in an Italian city
Venice Tennis
Immunization against the
effects of coffee
Caffeine Vaccine
Urban pathos
City Pity
53 Comments
+5
Level 76
May 17, 2015
I really am a Dollar Scholar! In the lead-up to converting to decimal currency - switching money from pounds/shillings/pence to dollars/cents - in New Zealand in 1967, schools awarded you a Dollar Scholar title if you passed a test about that.
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Level 91
May 18, 2015
Got caught up on the bottle of whiskey--couldn't find a way to make fifth two syllables
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Level 74
May 5, 2019
I was working with mickey. Good ol Kickey Mickey.
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Level 60
May 21, 2015
"More rapid preacher"

Quicker Vicar...

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Level ∞
Aug 8, 2015
Quicker vicar will work now.
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Level 64
Aug 8, 2015
How about scream cream for frightening milk products?
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Level 83
Dec 28, 2015
^ "2-syllable"
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Level 86
Jun 17, 2015
I may be wrong but caffeine vaccine is just a one-syllable rhyme, isn't it? Given that, I wonder if "archer teacher" couldn't be an acceptable answer for "person who gives lessons to marksmen".
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Level 15
Aug 8, 2015
"archer Teacher" doesn't rhyme...
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Level 75
Mar 18, 2018
Archer teacher rhymes as well as upset octet. Although, now that I think about it, it would mean that er and er are the rhyming syllables with the "ch" sound also the same, so do they rhyme if they are the same? Personally I think neither should be on the list and I wasn't happy with caffeine vaccine, either. It shouldn't be difficult to find a few more that have both syllables rhyming in both words. And while I'm on a rant, I also wasn't happy with rabies babies - too horrific to even think about.
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Level 67
Aug 8, 2015
You're right, you're wrong.
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Level 43
Aug 11, 2015
Well, he's correct in as much as "caffeine vaccine" isn't a two-syllable rhyme... Archer Teacher does not meet the requirements either.
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Level 59
Aug 8, 2015
should allow 'quicker vicar' for 'more rapid preacher'
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Level 82
Mar 17, 2018
This works better than the original answer
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Level 70
Aug 8, 2015
Our local speedway actually has a Faster Pastor race each summer to raise money for charity. Just a little bit of trivia.
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Level 58
Oct 29, 2017
"Upset octet?" Really?
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Level 56
Mar 19, 2018
Caffeine Vaccine is a stretch, but it's passable. Upset Octet is an insult to us all.
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Level 83
Nov 19, 2021
Apart from the weak rhyme, “distressed” would be a better clue than “angry”.
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Level 81
Nov 22, 2017
I think much better without the weak rhymes (caffeine vaccine and upset octet).
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Level 72
Mar 17, 2018
Ditto. Partly because I sat trying to think of a word for vaccine that rhymes with caffeine for way too long before giving up completely.
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Level 71
Mar 17, 2018
Absolutely. Caffeine and vaccine do not rhyme. Nor do upset and octet. I don't even think an elementary school teacher would accept these as rhymes. Otherwise a great quiz, but these two need to be replaced.
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Level 58
Mar 17, 2018
Totally agree - great quiz but these 2 don't work!
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Level 89
Sep 30, 2019
Agree.
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Level 81
Mar 17, 2018
Frightening milk products: shudder butter
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Level 57
Mar 18, 2018
It needs to rhyme. Plus "shudder" and "scary" aren't synonyms. It might work if the dairy products were scared, rather than scary, but it still doesn't rhyme
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Level 56
Mar 19, 2018
In some American accents, "shudder" and "butter" do indeed rhyme.
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Level 82
Mar 17, 2018
Got them all with only 1 second to spare. I also thought of quicker vicar before faster pastor
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Level 75
Mar 17, 2018
quizmaster, did you get the idea for the hefty lefty from that old Kentucky/Giants quarterback?
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Level 70
Mar 17, 2018
Forgot about the North American pronunciation of 'tutor''
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Level 84
Mar 17, 2018
How do you pronounce it?
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Level 85
Sep 8, 2021
While some pronounce it "tooter" others will say "tewter".
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Level 66
May 26, 2023
People from the USA don't pronounce U's in the middle of a word like this example.

You say Yoo-nited States, not oo-nited. But you say "too-ter" instead of "tyutor".

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Level 34
Mar 17, 2018
Stretching the rhyming idea with caffeine and vaccine. Also caffeine is not an effect.
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Level 80
Mar 17, 2018
Am I the only one who could only think of 'punting' as 'promoting'? And thanks to this quiz I've discovered I have a very limited number of syllables for whiskey in my vocabulary!
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Level 58
Mar 17, 2018
What about "Irate Eight" for the angry group of musicians?
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Level 89
Mar 17, 2018
Eight is only one syllable
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Level 84
Mar 17, 2018
True, but it's still a better answer than "upset octet"! At least it rhymes.
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Level 68
Feb 20, 2020
But it has no connection to musicians though
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Level 84
Mar 17, 2018
In what way is "upset octet" a rhyme? Don't both syllables have to rhyme? Since nothing about anger rhymes with octet, I was coming up with "hatesome eightsome" or "hateful eightful".
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Level 83
Nov 19, 2021
I even tried hater eighter in desperation.
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Level 49
Mar 17, 2018
Upset octet doesn't rhyme...
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Level 70
Mar 17, 2018
1) Upset octet isn't a rhyme. 2) Caffeine vaccine rhymes better, at least the way I pronounce the words...the a-sounds in the first syllables rhyme & the -een- sounds of the second syllables rhyme.
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Level 28
Mar 24, 2018
Caffeine isn't an effect, It's an ingredient
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Level 83
Mar 18, 2018
Upset octet just isn't right. I thought of it and simply dismissed it.
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Level 65
Mar 18, 2018
How about 'aimer trainer'?
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Level 72
Mar 20, 2018
I suppose poacher coacher doesn't quite work...
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Level 65
Mar 21, 2018
Good quiz but the octet and caffeine weak rhymes spoil it a bit
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Level 67
Jan 18, 2019
Shouldn't "Shooter Teacher" be acceptable as well?
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Level 68
Feb 20, 2020
As many mentioned before, upset and octet really do not rhyme (regardless of your dialect). They rhyme as much as "many" and "tiny" (both ending -ny but that is not enough to make them rhyme )
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Level 67
Jun 12, 2021
There was a great punter for the Raiders back in the 70s named Ray Guy so whisky- rye.... Rye Guy
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Level 77
Sep 8, 2021
Just another guy here to say upset and octet do not rhyme.
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Level 66
Oct 24, 2021
Wow. Some of the comments here just seem odd to me. Octet and upset do kind of rhyme in that if you say both words, you hear the 'et' sound clearly because

there is stress on the second syllable. I'm not saying it's a great rhyme but it just about works. Shooter-Teacher, Many-Tiny etc.,etc. generally do not work because the stress is more on the first syllable and so you don't hear the 'er' or other second syllable very strongly. As for those that have said above that both syllables should rhyme, that isn't one of the criteria given, it only says they should be two syllable words and they should rhyme.

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Level 74
Mar 30, 2023
I thought Upset Octet was a funny one, a good chuckle. I scored 17/20 overall, thanks!