What is a rhyming word for care?

-ware, aer, air, ayre, baehr, baer, bahr, bair, bare, bear, behr, blair, blaire, blare, caire, chair, chaire, chare, chehre, cheir, cher, chere, cherr, cierre, clair, claire, clare, daire, dare, darr, derr, derre, dreher, ere, err, eyre, fair, faire, fare, fehr, ferre, feyre, flair, flare, fraire, frere, freyr, freyre, …

What rhymes with the word hospital?

Words that rhyme with hospital
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limitallittoral
monticlemultiple
ossiclerevictual
skepticalsyncytial

What rhymes with broken hearts?

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brokenhearted100[/xxx]
openhearted96[/xxx]
open-hearted96[/xxx]
chickenhearted84[/xxx]

What rhymes with crying?

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sighing100
replying100
spying100
defying100

What word rhymes with hug?

WordRhyme ratingCategories
rug100Noun
tug100Noun
mug100Noun
shrug100Noun, Verb

What word rhymes with surgeon?

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sturgeon100Noun
Virgen100Name
burgeon100Verb
version96Noun

How many words can you make from the word hospital?

307 words can be made from the letters in the word hospital.

What’s that rhyme with hope?

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cope100Verb
rope100Noun
soap100Noun
dope100Noun

What word rhymes with healing?

WordRhyme ratingCategories
peeling100Noun, Adjective
wheeling100Noun
reeling100Verb
unfeeling100Adjective

How many words can I make out of nurse?

33 words can be made from the letters in the word nurse.

How many words can you make from cheat?

Words made by unscrambling the letters C H E A T

We found a total of 39 words by unscrambling the letters in cheat.

How many words can you make from hotel?

We found a total of 26 words by unscrambling the letters in hotel.

What is the synonym of nurse?

Synonyms of nurse
  • babysitter,
  • dry nurse,
  • nanny.
  • (also nannie),
  • nursemaid,
  • nurser,
  • sitter.

What word is nurse?

Definition of nurse

(Entry 1 of 2) 1 : a person who cares for the sick or infirm specifically : a licensed health-care professional who practices independently or is supervised by a physician, surgeon, or dentist and who is skilled in promoting and maintaining health — compare licensed practical nurse, registered nurse.