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Rhymes Here is a list of the words that rhyme with the word elevated.This is ordered by best match. Changing color means the start of the next best set of words.
3 syllable words
5 syllable words
Near RhymesHere is a list of the words that nearly rhyme with the word elevated.
3 syllable words

awaited

belated

related

averted

delighted

salivate

serrated

castrated

enlisted

inverted

molested

converted

deducted

deflated

undated

asserted

dilated

edited

bigoted

adjusted

faceted

jacketed

provided

truncated

reverted

encrusted

acquainted

disgusted

disrupted

fragmented

inflated

mistreated

palpitates

segmented

unlisted

disjointed

ignited

inserted

enchanted

outdated

palpitate

depicted

velveteen

persuaded

belvedere

departed

appointed

concerted

degraded

depleted

surmounted

besotted

buffeted

committed

decided

deserted

devoted

divided

donated

encrypted

interested

limited

ltd.

polluted

pyramid

rotated

spirited

united

velvety

aeneid

compacted

impacted

carotid

completed

exalted

exhausted

imported

bighearted

red-handed

aborted

accosted

adopted

assaulted

assorted

carpeted

conceded

embedded

farsighted

invalid

nearsighted

retarded

targeted

underbid

undoubted

salvation

transported

distracted

directed

left-handed

blockaded

arachnid

halibut

hominid

qualified

protracted

shortsighted

undaunted

leonid

abstracted

affected

connected

demented

heralded

high-minded

lamented

lopsided

perfected

half-hearted

anhydride

expanded

dejected

astounded

compounded

confounded

contented

deflected

dumbfounded

included

katydid

accented

imploded

reflected

suspected

albeit

celibate

eroded

unbounded

unfounded

congested

backhanded

subjected

self-defence

pretended

self-defense

indebted

pigmented

intended

mohammed

right-handed

expended

outfitted

outmoded

self-destruction

wrongheaded

long-winded

blindfolded

short-winded

sculptural

7 syllable words

Words that rhyme with the word elevated

Welcome to the Rhyme Finder! This rhyming dictionary allows users to explore rhymes for any given word. This includes rhymes based on syllables, near rhymes, and more.


How to use the rhyming dictionary

Enter your "starter" word in the FIND RHYMES input box, and click search. It's really that simple! We separate perfect rhymes (near the top) from the imperfect rhymes (toward the bottom). In your rhyming results, colors descend based on the best rhyme. Once the color changes, you will notice the results reset back into alphabetical order. Click on any of the results for the word's definition, part of speech, use in Scrabble, and more. Please note that many of our results are proper nound or slang. While we may not store definitions for all of these words, we can direct you to the Google results for that word.


Perfect Rhymes

Perfect rhymes are just what they sound like. No pun intended! Think of perfect rhymes as words which definitively rhyme. Words that most people would not question. Here are some examples:

  • Cat and Hat
  • Head and Red
  • Egg and Beg
  • Soap and Hope
  • True and Blue

Imperfect Rhymes

Near rhymes, otherwise known as imperfect rhymes, are words that sound the same but are not perfect rhymes. Having trouble deciding if a word is a perfect or imperfect rhyme? Here are some examples:

  • Cat and Bad
  • Head and Mud
  • Egg and Peck
  • Soap and Chap
  • True and Cure

Using Rhymes

Rhymes are most useful in creating lyrics, but they can also be used as a tool to memorize. It is a powerful mnemonic device. This is why song lyrics can be so easy to remember! It's also why rhymes are a great study tool for memorizing! Use this tool to help write poetry, win rhyme games, write a rap song, create lyrics, and expand your vocabulary! Rhyming is very important in music because it creates a rhythm that further creates meaning, emotion, and feeling. It also creates an echo in the lyrics. With children, rhyming is a very important tool. Rhyming teaches children how language works, helps them understand the rhythm of language, and learn how to make predictions. In other words, rhymes teach children phrases to anticipate and rhymes enhance their memory. Within all contexts, rhyming is helpful in expanding your imagination no matter if you’re a child or an adult.

When creating lyrics, there are five types of rhymes to choose from.

  • End rhymes: rhyming of the final word of a line
  • Internal rhymes: rhyming of two words within the same line
  • Slant rhymes: near rhymes
  • Identical rhymes: use the same word at the end of each line
  • Eye rhymes: look like they rhyme but sound different

Different Types of Rhymes
  • Mascline rhymes: have a stressed syllable
  • Feminine rhymes: have a stressless syllable.

Ready for a challenge? Try to come up with rhymes for these surprising words that just aren’t very rhymy. Check them with our dictionary! Examples of tough rhymes:

  • Month
  • Silver
  • Bulb
  • Wolf
  • Husband
  • Walrus
  • Orange

Rhyming Dictionary