Words That Rhyme With "Sioux"

One-syllable words only.

There are so many possible words that I made some executive decisions. I tried to get only words that are really in use in English (even if they were borrowed), with no abbreviations or proper names, which is why "Sioux" didn't make it (except as the seed word, of course). I expect there will be things you consider omitted or not valid. I am open to suggestions.

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Last updated: April 12, 2021
First submittedSeptember 17, 2014
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One syllable, English, no proper names.
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rhyme
bleu
blew
blue
boo
brew
chew
choo
choux
clue
coo
rhyme
coup
crew
cue
dew
do
doo
drew
due
ewe
few
rhyme
flew
flu
flue
glue
gnu
goo
grew
hew
hue
jew
rhyme
knew
leu
lieu
loo
mew
moo
new
ooh
pew
phew
rhyme
poo
queue
roux
rue
screw
shoe
shoo
shrew
skew
rhyme
slew
spew
sprue
stew
strew
sue
threw
through
to
rhyme
too
true
two
view
who
woo
yew
you
zoo
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Level 38
Sep 21, 2014
Could add phew as well
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Level 66
Oct 2, 2014
beau
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Level 80
Jan 13, 2015
Beau rhymes with sow and tow, not with Sioux.
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Level 66
Jan 14, 2015
Beau is not on this quiz.
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Level 69
Dec 20, 2017
What about choux?
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Level 66
Dec 20, 2017
Appears to be french.
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Level 61
Apr 2, 2019
Is there an English word bleu? I only know it as French for blue and it doesn’t rhyme with Sioux in French.
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Level 49
Jun 10, 2020
Fun quiz! But isn't roux a french loan word?
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Level 66
Jun 10, 2020
Yup. Do any cooks want to chime in as to whether you think roux is "really in use in English"?
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Level 54
Nov 12, 2020
Other words are curfew, vrouw, kabeljou, voodoo, and pew.
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Level 60
Feb 12, 2021
poo
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Level 64
Apr 9, 2021
I think this quiz is not quite right with the phonetics. There are some diphthongs that don't actually rhyme with each other. "Pew" and "to" do not rhyme. "Pew" has a diphthong (I think) whereas "to" does not. Consider how "poo" and "pew" have pretty obviously different vowel sounds. On the other hand, there aren't hard and fast rules for what a rhyme actually is, so it's just my thought on it. :)
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Level 61
May 8, 2021
I don't know about other people, but I pronounce both with /u/.
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Level 50
May 26, 2021
What about "Mu" the Greek letter?
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Level 75
Sep 24, 2021
caribou
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Level 75
Sep 24, 2021
anew
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Level 75
Sep 24, 2021
renew