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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.

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Wolfe
    Wolff
      Woolf
        Wulf
          Pure Rhyme Set #1 of 1 (Add to/Edit Set Members)
          Words that have a pure rhyme on their last syllable only.
          werewolf
            beowulf

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              Steppenwolf
                End Rhyme Set #1 of 1 * (Add to/Edit Set Members)
                Words that "almost" rhyme on the vowel-based rhyme sound of the stressed syllable like: be/eat or maybe/shapely. (Click for more info)
                bull
                  full
                    pull
                      schul
                        wool
                          shul
                            • red rag to a bull
                            • shoot the bull
                            • have one's hands full
                            • to the full
                            • my hands are full
                            • long pull
                            • dyed in the wool
                            Near Rhyme Set #1 of 19 (Add to/Edit Set Members)
                            wolf's
                              Wolfe's
                                Near Rhyme Set #2 of 19 (Add to/Edit Set Members)
                                pulled
                                  Fuld
                                    Near Rhyme Set #3 of 19 (Add to/Edit Set Members)

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                                    Rhymes made up of more than one word. For instance, "jealous" and "tell us" or "shaky" and "make me."

                                    No mosaic rhymes for one-syllable words.