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What rhymes with orange?

Asked by hossman (3271points) November 17th, 2006
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skfinkel's avatar
Is this a trick question...isn't this the one word in the English language that has no rhyme? Or, perhaps one of fluther
skfinkel's avatar
s answerers will know of such a word!
bob's avatar
Silver also has no rhyme, but nobody gives silver any credit for that.
gsiener's avatar
What about sliver?
gsiener's avatar
However, the Oxford Rhyming Dictionary does show both these words as having half-rhymes (such as lozenge with orange and salver with silver)
ben's avatar
"Orange China" rhymes with "More Angina"
jstern's avatar
There is no word in the English language that rhymes with orange. So says a young brilliant student.
Sandeep's avatar
Orange cheese rhymes with Orange bees
sferik's avatar

“Door hinge” does rhyme with orange, but it’s a rhyming phrase, not a rhyming word.

AstroChuck's avatar

How hard can it be? Eminem did it- “orange, four-inch, door hinge in storage” and having “porridge with Geo-rge.”

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