1-Syllable Rhyming Answers #3

Each answer consists of two words that rhyme. Use the clues to determine the answers.
All the words are a single syllable!
Example: Autumn Gala = Fall Ball
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Last updated: September 19, 2018
First submittedSeptember 11, 2013
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Hint
Answer
Boring Seabird
Dull Gull
Carp Hope
Fish Wish
Deceased Cranium
Dead Head
Mane Maintenance
Hair Care
Lengthy Anthem
Long Song
Identical Moniker
Same Name
Single Complaint
Lone Moan
Hint
Answer
Dewy Light
Damp Lamp
Sapling Happiness
Tree Glee
Trophy Dimensions
Prize Size
Pimple Tantrum
Zit Fit
Felony Hour
Crime Time
Tidy Chair
Neat Seat
Sluggish Digit
Slow Toe
Hint
Answer
Novel Corner
Book Nook
Aluminum Relatives
Tin Kin
Corruption Barge
Graft Raft
Precipitation Discomfort
Rain Pain
Harbor Tribunal
Port Court
Psychiatrist Beverage
Shrink Drink
Tidy Royal
Clean Queen
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Level 49
Oct 27, 2013
I tried 'linger finger' and 'slumber number' for sluggish digit, never would have guessed slow toe.
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Level 36
Oct 27, 2013
Each word has to have just one syllable though.
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Level 80
May 9, 2016
What about "dumb thumb"
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Level 50
May 9, 2016
or "numb thumb" even
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Level 80
May 9, 2016
that's funny...i tried both of those. but of course they are not one syllable
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Level ∞
Sep 19, 2018
Added some acceptable answers for that one.
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Level 76
Oct 27, 2013
zit snit? lone groan?
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Level 59
Oct 27, 2013
Late eight works for sluggish digit. I vote for sleet street to be added too.
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Level 44
Feb 17, 2017
+1 "late eight" was all I could think of.
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Level 38
Oct 28, 2013
hair repair?
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Level 60
Oct 29, 2013
Repair is two syllables.
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Level 80
Nov 5, 2013
Fun. I missed several but still ended up 96th percentile. I also typed in Sleet Street. Some of you who liked this quiz may enjoy this one as well. It's a little bit similar.
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Level 74
Aug 1, 2014
"rot yacht" a possible answer for corruption barge?
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Level 68
May 19, 2016
I tried "bought yacht" and "rigged brig".
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Level 49
Sep 22, 2016
Same here!
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Level 88
Sep 25, 2015
Lone bone? got groan eventually.
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Level ∞
Sep 25, 2015
Okay, that will work now
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Level 74
Nov 6, 2015
Aluminium = tin?!
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Level 70
May 9, 2016
Glad I wasn't the only one.
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Level 64
May 9, 2016
That irritated the hell out of me! :(
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Level 67
May 9, 2016
+1 !
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Level 81
May 9, 2016
Yes, this is horrible. "Metal relatives" would be a more acceptable hint.
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Level 73
May 9, 2016
I went with can clan, which I think was rather clever...
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Level 59
Mar 6, 2016
zit fit!!! lol. But can I just say that in the UK, graft means work. As in 'he's a good worker, a real grafter'. Different in the US?
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Level 63
May 9, 2016
Graft in the US means several things, but in this sense it means political corruption.
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Level 58
May 12, 2016
I've never heard this usage. Grift, absolutely - like a scam or con.

But graft? Means 'work' to me.

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Level 79
May 12, 2016
Wiki says one meaning of the word graft is to take tissue from one part of the body and put it on another for which it was not originally intended. This meaning evolved to include the political arena where a politician takes funds intended for one purpose and diverts them to something else for which they were not intended, for his own gain. The articles goes on to say that this usage is unheard of in the UK. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graft_(politics)
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Level 72
Jun 26, 2016
Well color me uninformed, because I've never heard this usage in the US, and I'm a political news junkie.
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Level 68
May 9, 2016
Got hung up trying to use "new" for novel.
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Level 58
May 9, 2016
Tin kin? How about can clan?
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Level 87
May 9, 2016
Graft craft?
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Level 82
May 9, 2016
I came up with that one as well.
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Level 46
May 9, 2016
Got stuck thinking digit was referring to a "number" and novel was referring to "new" :(
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Level 63
May 9, 2016
Snow woe was my alternative to rain pain, but I loved Crime Time!
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Level 67
Jan 6, 2020
Love snow woe
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Level 21
May 9, 2016
Tin kin should not be in this. Tin and aluminium are two completely different elements.
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Level ∞
Sep 19, 2018
I am aware that they are different elements. And yet, they have similar uses and are often associated with each other in people's minds.
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Level 76
May 10, 2016
preen queen?
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Level 72
Apr 6, 2018
I thought of tin twins. but I guess it has to be plural.
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