Words where 1) the combined vowel (and following consonantal, if any) sound of the most stressed syllable are identical, 2) the consonantal sound before the vowel of the most stressed syllable is different, and 3) what follows the most stressed syllable is pronounced identically. Examples: egg/leg, baby/maybe, apparently/inherently, avoid/toyed/unemployed.
Words that rhyme on the vowel-based rhyme sound of the last syllable only (for instance: “maybe” and “eat”). Near End Rhymes generally (but not always!) suck. Nonetheless, we provide them for you just in case you may find something useful.