2-Syllable Rhyming Answers #3

Each answer consists of two words that rhyme. Use the clues to determine the answers.
Each rhyming word contains exactly two syllables.
For example: Person who exchanges pirates = Raider Trader
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Last updated: December 22, 2019
First submittedMay 14, 2015
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Hint
Answer
Snowstorm caused by Gandalf
Wizard Blizzard
Person who battles authors
Writer Fighter
Hilarious currency
Funny Money
Tinkerbell in need of a haircut
Hairy Faerie
Less intelligent pipe worker
Dumber Plumber
Mafia crustacean
Lobster Mobster
Strange stogie
Bizarre Cigar
Abominable snowman after
a tough workout
Sweaty Yeti
Less expensive broom
Cheaper Sweeper
Person who strikes Eminem
with his palm
Rapper Slapper
Hint
Answer
English muffin shaped like a cornet
Trumpet Crumpet
Pram that is powered by the sun
Solar Stroller
Gherkin that can't make up its mind
Fickle Pickle
Somebody who chokes fishermen
Angler Strangler
Defamation of a male goose
Gander Slander
Subway coin that doesn't work
Broken Token
A tale of blood and guts
Gory Story
South American animal that
has given birth
Momma Llama
Problems with the space telescope
Hubble Trouble
Confectionary that has been
to the beach
Sandy Candy
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Level 86
May 15, 2015
Sorry to nitpick (I do love this quiz otherwise), but something about that English muffin clue strikes me as a bit of a stretch. Both the term "English muffin" and cornet specifically refer to things that, though they may be similar to the items you're looking for, are distinctly different from them. The food item is cooked very differently from an English muffin. The instrument makes a very different sound from a cornet. Neither of the words you're looking for can be described as a type or variety of the word you've given, let alone a synonym.
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Level 66
Jul 8, 2015
I tried "Scone cone", wouldn't that be correct as well?
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Level 45
Jul 10, 2015
I reckon it would. The person who commented on you not being able to read the title of this quiz obviously does nor realise that they can rhyme...
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Level 41
Aug 9, 2015
They do rhyme, but they aren't two syllables each.
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Level 78
Jul 9, 2015
The cornet makes "a very different sound" from a trumpet? I grew up playing both and the sounds are far more similar than they are distinct. If you were comparing a flute to a cornet maybe.
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Level 45
Jul 10, 2015
I am from England and a crumpet is certainly not considered a muffin. A muffin is usually a sweet bun, not a form of bread non sweet thing that is closer to bread but im not sure what the american meaning of muffin is.
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Level 75
Feb 19, 2016
a lot of things are round and savoury, it doesn't mean they are like crumpets
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Level 69
Jan 16, 2018
Crumpets and English Muffins are very different, no matter which side of the Atlantic you're from.
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Level 30
Jan 20, 2018
It doesn't say English Muffins, it says English muffins. I know it's picky but a crumpet is most definitely a muffin that is mostly thought of as English.
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Level 68
Jan 16, 2018
My problem was reading "cornet" as "comet" (it's that rn combo) and was looking for a muffin rhyme for Halley. It must be my font, but the words still look identical.
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Level 72
Jan 16, 2018
Honestly, I thought it said comet, as in Halley's comet... I was trying to rhyme crumpet with Hally or Tempel-Tuttle...
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Level 72
Jan 16, 2018
Same here.
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Level 76
Jan 16, 2018
You're just upset you didn't get the answer.
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Level 67
Jul 8, 2015
Great fun quiz. I am english but have never heard a crumpetreferred to as any kind of muffin so I did not get that one. The momma llama I got but actually entered mama llama which rhymes better than momma llama.
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Level ∞
May 1, 2017
Mama llama would have worked
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Level 57
Jan 16, 2018
'Momma' isn't even a real word, not outside the USA anyway, and it certainly doesn't rhyme with llama. Now, a 'crisis with a South American pack animal', or 'llama drama' would be fairer game.
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Level ∞
Jan 16, 2018
https://translate.google.com/#fr/en/momma%20llama

Hit play. It's a perfect rhyme.

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Level 67
Jan 17, 2018
Can't really agree with you there QM - it's close, but the llama has a much harsher 'a' than momma. I'd grant you 'mama' as acceptable but I think you're pushing too hard for momma. Also, there's a large element of US accent required for momma to even be considered.
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Level ∞
Jan 17, 2018
Did you listen to the person speaking?
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Level 65
Jan 18, 2018
Yes. Doesn't rhyme. Just as momma and mama don't rhyme.
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Level 60
Jul 8, 2015
Good quiz, but 'Momma llama' doesn't rhyme in any way I try saying it.
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Level 68
Jul 8, 2015
What is your dialect in which they don't rhyme? They sure rhyme for me in my basic Ohioan.
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Level 78
Jul 8, 2015
In my Missouri accent, Momma and Mama are pronounced exactly the same.
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Level 67
Feb 21, 2020
So you call the animal lomma?
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Level 63
Jul 9, 2015
For many in the US these two do rhyme. I can't figure out how these words are pronounced differently.
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Level 74
Feb 23, 2021
Llama rhymes with drama, but not momma.
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Level 77
Jul 8, 2015
Slander & Gander don't rhyme; well not in the UK - presumably they do in the USA... Nice quiz! :)
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Level 69
Jan 16, 2018
They rhyme in the bit of the UK I'm from.
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Level 49
Jul 8, 2015
Though I got it, "Bizarre Cigar" does not rhyme the way the rest do. The rest have BOTH syllables rhyming.

I missed the llama one. Was trying to find a word that rhymed with "mother" and didn't even know that was where llamas originated from...

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Level 78
Jan 16, 2018
It's the only one I didn't get so naturally I think it was a bad clue.
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Level 81
Jul 8, 2015
Bizarre and Cigar are not 2-syllable rhyming, are they?
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Level 52
Oct 27, 2018
2 syllables, approximate rhyme.. way better than momma llama, maybe llama farmer.... though finding a short clue is the bigger challenge
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Level 79
Jul 8, 2015
Confectionary refers to a place that sells confections. I think simply confection would be a better fit. I also agree that Mama Llama rhymes better than Momma Llama.
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Level 45
Jul 10, 2015
Fun quiz :) made me smile a few times
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Level 45
Jul 10, 2015
Enjoyed this, thank you :) It was funny.

Do momma and llama rhyme?! Certainly not where I live. Well momma is american anyway and im english so I wouldnt have got this. But I thought it was pronounced mom-a. And llama, larma. But maybe not in the u.s. just thought id ask.

the person who said there are lots of south american animals. True. It was difficult. But this is meant to be fun quiz, guess it could have been a bit more specific but I have to give kudos for imagination

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Level 72
Mar 10, 2016
I'm very confused by all the people mispronouncing llama. Llama is a homonym (is pronounced exactly the same as) lama, as in Dalai Lama. Does that help?
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Level 74
Feb 23, 2021
Agree, rhymes with drama and the clue could easily be reworked to use this instead of "momma" which isn't even a word.
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Level 74
Jun 16, 2016
I am fairly certain that "Person who deserves a gold star" should be accepted for "Person who strikes Eminem with his palm," regardless of whether it rhymes...
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Level 61
Jan 16, 2018
I tried "quitter hitter" before I figured it out :)
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Level 68
Jan 16, 2018
Kept reading "cornet" as "comet."
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Level 52
Oct 27, 2018
i was thinking of an ice cream cornet, grew up eating them, but i guess they are better known as ice cream cones
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Level 70
Jan 16, 2018
One who chokes a fisherman: how about also accepting "dangler strangler"? :)
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Level 54
Jan 16, 2018
Gander and slander don't rhyme in my southern English accent
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Level 30
Jan 16, 2018
'Momma Llama' doesnt rhyme with my accent, Scottish.
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Level 64
Jan 16, 2018
Pram??
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Level 78
Jan 16, 2018
Yetis do not have sweat glands.
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Level 65
Jan 16, 2018
Yeah, solar and stroller don't rhyme with an English accent. Nor would they if you were to say them properly..
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Level 78
Jan 16, 2018
I'm curious - how do you pronounce them?
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Level ∞
Jan 16, 2018
Writing these quizzes I've learned two things.

1) There are lots of different accents

2) Many people have their own "creative" pronunciations

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Level 52
Oct 27, 2018
i think calling someone's natural accent "creative" pronunciation is a bit cruel.. i have lived in Australia 50 years but still get asked what part of England i am from, but i don't have a pronounced regional accent..... however in the UK they reckon i sound Australian....
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Level 67
Jan 17, 2018
As a non-native speaker I thought of these (probably not very accurate) alternatives: writer beater, funny penny, postsquash sasquatch (far-fetched but I still wanted to share it), hubble rumble.
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Level 45
Jan 18, 2018
none of those rhyme
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Level 67
Feb 21, 2020
Some are as least as good as a few on the quiz..
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Level 46
Jan 17, 2018
I tried "sunny honey" for the confectionery that had been to the beach. Too much of a stretch?