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enPR: -ôl, IPA(key): /-ɔːl/


  1. In non-rhotic dialects, words ending in /ô(r)l/, /ɔː(r)l/, /O:(r)l/, typically spelled "-orl", are also rhymes. See Rhymes ending in -ɔː(ɹ)l for these words.
  2. Some rhymes may depend on whether a specific dialect or accent has the cot-caught merger.


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Partial rhymes[edit]

  • Note: The pronunciation of the final syllable(s) of the words listed in this section is the same as the words listed above, but the stress falls on an earlier syllable. The words below are therefore not true rhymes, but may be considered as rhymes if the rule that requires the stress to be the same number of syllables from the ends of words is ignored. Words are listed here only if they have no known true rhymes.

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