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1-Syllable Rhyming Answers #2

Each answer consists of two words that rhyme. Use the clues to determine the answers.
All the words are a single syllable!
Example: Autumn Gala = Fall Ball
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Last updated: September 19, 2018
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First submittedMarch 15, 2013
Times taken21,400
Average score66.7%
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Hint
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Inexpensive Ewe
Cheap Sheep
Liberated Honey-Maker
Free Bee
Intelligent Cardiac Organ
Smart Heart
Serpent Dessert
Snake Cake
Sweet Potato Jelly
Yam Jam
Rectangular Duo
Square Pair
Head Policeman
Top Cop
Hint
Answer
Sugary Avenue
Sweet Street
Smile Box
Grin Bin
Beer Soup
Brew Stew
Vocabulary Geek
Word Nerd
Gloomy 24-Hours
Gray Day
Paste Group
Glue Crew
Emerald Legume
Green Bean
Hint
Answer
Adorable Mesa
Cute Butte
Dwarfish Army Post
Short Fort
Sorceress Swap
Witch Switch
Sad Sneaker
Blue Shoe
Evergreen Backbone
Pine Spine
Wild Pig Entrance
Boar Door
Heavy Feline
Fat Cat
69 Comments
+5
Level 74
Jul 22, 2013
How about GRIN TIN too? Think British :-)
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Level 77
Jun 15, 2015
definitely +1 for grin tin. a tin is a box.
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Level ∞
Sep 22, 2015
Grin tin will work now.
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Level 89
Nov 24, 2018
I thought of that first too.
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Level 13
Aug 1, 2013
Oh man, more time would have been nice. I really like these, though, they're a lot of fun.
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Level 35
Nov 25, 2018
This is my favorite! Lets you think, look-up stuff that isn't an answer, just a clue. Time may be limited, but you can pause several times w/t any penalties, so there's that.
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Level 68
Aug 7, 2013
I tried froth broth
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Level 69
Aug 31, 2013
Haha, me too.
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Level 45
Jul 2, 2014
Yeah.
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Level ∞
Sep 22, 2015
Creative! That will work now too.
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Level 69
Mar 10, 2016
Love that one, Phlash! I hope the quizmaster adds it. I am not that creative: I was fixated on "ale" but never came up with a soupy rhyme to go with it.
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Level 35
Nov 25, 2018
I was certain that stew was not soup. But found it listed as a synonym somewhere. But they opened the door to weather that's referred to as "soup" such as pea soup, etc. Spent 20 min. thinking about weather-related soup synonyms, rhyming them with ale...until giving up and going back to my original choice. BTW, how about weeks & months to go with days? A drear year & a bleak week? ;)
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Level 59
Sep 22, 2013
Perhaps you could add "Snake shake" for Serpent Dessert?
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Level 31
Oct 27, 2013
shake as in a milkshake? Last time I checked, that was a drink, not a dessert
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Level 77
Nov 25, 2018
I think if the primary ingredient in something is ice cream, you can count it as a dessert.
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Level 49
Dec 21, 2017
i also kept trying to make snake shake work
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Level 48
Nov 29, 2018
I tried that over and over again. I think it should work as well.
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Level 68
Jan 6, 2020
I tried snake bake
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Level 58
Sep 22, 2013
I can't see how "box" = "bin"? Or "soup" = "stew"? Different things entirely.
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Level 46
Sep 22, 2013
Can you accept "grey" for "gray"?
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Level 40
Sep 22, 2013
Yeah, I agree. I kept trying to work out why grey wouldn't work (and then I remembered this site is American and the spelling should be American too). Please accept grey for gray!
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Level ∞
Sep 23, 2013
Okay, that will work now.
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Level 25
Sep 25, 2013
Only got 14 but great quiz. Even if the way I say "word" and "nerd" doesn't rhyme at all... ;P
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Level 89
Nov 24, 2018
How do you say them?
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Level 56
Apr 21, 2014
think outside the tin
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Level 37
Mar 8, 2016
Definitely had fun with this one
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Level 58
Mar 8, 2016
Soup is nothing like stew! And can't work out why box and bin. But otherwise pretty cool.
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Level 24
Mar 8, 2016
I got 13 on my first try. Happy with that considering that English ain't my strongest suit.
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Level 62
Mar 8, 2016
Pretty fair, apart from the abovementioned soup/stew controversy.
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Level 58
Mar 9, 2016
While I correctly answered "yam jam", a sweet potato is not a yam.
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Level 66
May 25, 2023
Nor is jam and jelly remotely similar in most of the English speaking world!
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Level 69
Mar 10, 2016
Loved this one! Really fun, but not too too easy. I had to actually exercise brain cells!
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Level 51
Jun 19, 2016
What about for "paste group" I thought it was " cream team"

But it should have been the answer 😂

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Level 62
Apr 17, 2017
Haha that's excellent. Definitely should be an accepted answer. But then this site wouldn't be suitable for minors....
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Level 12
Jun 20, 2016
I kept trying grief thief for sad sneaker, it works if you see sneaker as a person like I did
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Level 70
Dec 27, 2016
Same here
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Level 70
Dec 21, 2016
Stick clique for paste group please!
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Level 74
Nov 25, 2018
+1
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Level 68
Jan 6, 2020
Yes I came to the comments to suggest stick clique, apparently wasnt the only one
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Level 46
Oct 8, 2017
For "Paste Group," Cream team could also be an answer, just fyi.
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Level 61
Nov 28, 2018
ha. That's what I was thinking.
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Level 41
Nov 24, 2017
For 'Paste Group', 'stick clique' should also be accepted.
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Level 67
Sep 13, 2018
+1 from me
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Level 61
Nov 28, 2018
All I could come up with was cream team.
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Level 48
Jan 20, 2018
Square, snake, sweet, NOT single syllables! misleading tip
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Level 62
Mar 28, 2018
??? Interesting. And where are you from or what accent do you have that those words are not single syllables?
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Level 89
Nov 24, 2018
What? Skway-yer? Suh-nake? Suh-weet?
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Level 55
Mar 21, 2018
HInt?
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Level 48
Oct 7, 2018
I kept trying Stick Clique for Glue Crew!
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Level 77
Nov 24, 2018
"Liberated Honey-makers." Bee Movie, anyone?
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Level 35
Nov 25, 2018
Has to be a single syllable.
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Level 77
Nov 25, 2018
I think they were just saying that the clue makes them think of the movie, not suggesting that the title should be accepted as an answer.
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Level 66
Nov 24, 2018
Got "misdirected" on the sorceress swap -- just couldn't match a first word with "trade".
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Level 73
Nov 24, 2018
Short fort doesn't rhyme. Unless you're pronouncing one of them wrong.
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Level 93
Nov 24, 2018
phonetic spelling from dictionary: short /ʃɔːt/ fort

/fɔːt/ - looks like they do

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Level 77
Nov 25, 2018
I'm honestly puzzled how you can pronounce either of those words in a way that DOESN'T rhyme with the other. I would think any accent that affects one would affect the other as well. They even rhyme in the British pronunciation, which is where this usually gets tripped up on this site.
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Level 79
Jan 21, 2024
What on Earth are you talking about? lol. Is English not your first language?
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Level 65
Nov 24, 2018
Is beer aka as brew in the US? I.E. being used as a noun here and not a verb?
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Level 35
Nov 25, 2018
Brew is both a verb and a noun in the US, depending on its usage. You can order a brew, and you can brew your own beer, right? Google has definitions for both verbs and nouns.
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Level 66
May 25, 2023
This explains a lot, thanks. I guess that's why people say "brewski" in things?
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Level 67
Nov 24, 2018
One does not simply walk into boar door
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Level 61
Nov 26, 2018
I see what you did there!
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Level 89
Nov 26, 2018
I tried 'Cane Lane'...
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Level 52
Nov 9, 2021
Me too
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Level 74
May 25, 2020
Had no idea how Butte was pronouned
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Level 66
May 25, 2023
Yeah shouldn't it be pronounced like "butt" based on its spelling?
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Level 80
Sep 10, 2023
No.
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Level 65
Apr 10, 2022
What about "tack pack" for "paste group"?
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Level 78
Aug 29, 2022
What about cream team? Cream and Paste can have basically the same meaning, group and team as well