By Robert Parker
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Rhyming dictionary with over 50,000 english language words.
Filter and sort results by syllable count.
Filter results by strength of the rhyme.
No internet connection required. Find rhymes fast.
Become a better poet or songwriter today.
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What's New in Version 3.5
Rhyme Finder can now display the dictionary definition of any word you select in the results list.
Very impressed with this product. Its beauty lies in the effectiveness of its filtering system. Instead of facing a few hundred near or perfect rhymes you can filter by strength and thus save considerable time. I write the copy for a Road Safety Calendar and am constantly looking for rhymes for words like 'seatbelt,' 'cross' and 'safely' to name a few. In one evening I have now got two snappy slogans written and a good few ideas to develop. This would be an excellent help to a very wide variety of people and a most useful resource for every library and educational establishment. Furthermore, the App has a built in dictionary which is a handy addition. Congratulations to the author and developers, keep up the good work.
Brilliant song writing tool
I'm a theatre songwriter (lyricist and composer) and this is a brilliant tool. The filtering system means that you can choose between a few perfect rhymes and many more near rhymes with ease. The syllable selector is incredibly helpful in making lyrics scan in a musical way. Ignore the one star review from Treiser below. S/he obviously didn't stray from the 'strong' filter, or was trying to rhyme "orange". If a word has only a few rhymes a rhyming dictionary cannot suddenly create more.
Very, very limited app!
It rarely strays from the core word- most often lists the source word with a few different prefixes as rhymes and almost always no other!! Extremely limited. Offers a banal sense of creativity; useless.