Words that Rhyme with 'Word'

Can you guess the one-syllable words that rhyme with 'word'?
As defined in the Oxford English Dictionary
No proper nouns e.g. Kurd
Includes words that have regional dialect - so what may not sound like word where you live, does somewhere else
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Answer
Bird
Blurred
Curd
Cured (regional)
Erred
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Furred
Gird
Heard
Herd
Lured (regional)
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Nerd
Purred
Shirred
Slurred
Spurred
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Stirred
Surd
Third
Turd
Whirred
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Level 69
Nov 27, 2014
Erred? Doesn't rhyme with word in the American midwest.
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Level 88
Nov 29, 2014
Doesn't rhyme in California either. Pronounced more like "aired"
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Level 43
Nov 29, 2014
That's the beauty of regional dialects. In British English it does.
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Level 67
Apr 9, 2015
Then it should probably have a "(regional)" after it.
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Level 77
Jun 8, 2019
Im in UK and Ive never heard it pronounced like that, always similar to "aired"
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Level 66
Nov 27, 2014
Cured.
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Level 75
Nov 28, 2014
Gird is out of sequence.
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Level 38
Feb 11, 2017
how about occurred?
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Level 60
Aug 19, 2020
Two syllables.
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Level 40
Nov 20, 2017
Lord?
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Level 60
Aug 19, 2020
Not the same vowel at all. "Lord" rhymes with "ward".
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Level 75
Nov 20, 2017
The first one I tried was absurd. I'm upset
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Level 25
Sep 2, 2018
What about incurred?
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Level 57
Apr 12, 2021
If regional dialects are taken into account, then words like 'Stared' and 'paired' should be allowed - the middle sound is 'er' in parts of northern England.
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Level 88
Jul 14, 2021
Thanks for the quiz, @beefcake. Please consider adding “burred”.