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What rhymes with Four? Large list of English words and phrases that rhyme with four.

Four starts with f (fo), ends in r (ur). Rhymes with and sounds like 52 words, but resembles 0 words. It's English, has 4 letters, 2 consonants, 2 vowels. 1 syllables. Four is pronounced as fawr, fohr, and is a noun.

Learn more about four for better rhyming:

  • Meaning of Four: the cardinal number that is the sum of three and one.
  • Wikipedia: Tetrad Definition: Tetrad may refer to:. Wikipedia suggests Tetrad.


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290 Possible Rhymes For Four

Rhymes | r | fire | for | fear | free | far | four | fair | tour | fur | hour | very | your | fairy | var | fir | fury | sour | fore | glamour | our | flour | pharaoh | fro | fri |

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R

  • Same Syllable Count: 1 syllables.
  • Change 3 letters for r to become four.
  • four is 40% similar to r.

R has 1 syllables, 0 vowels, 1 consonants, and 1 letters.


For

  • Same Syllable Count: 1 syllables.
  • Change 1 letters for for to become four.
  • four is 86% similar to for.
  • Sound Similar.
  • Pronounced Similar.
  • First 2 letters fo match.

For has 1 syllables, 1 vowels, 2 consonants, and 3 letters.


Fear

  • Same Length: 4 letters.
  • Same Syllable Count: 1 syllables.
  • Same Vowel Count: 2 vowels.
  • Change 2 letters for fear to become four.
  • four is 50% similar to fear.
  • Sound Similar.
  • Pronounced Similar.

Fear has 1 syllables, 2 vowels, 2 consonants, and 4 letters.


Far

  • Same Syllable Count: 1 syllables.
  • Change 2 letters for far to become four.
  • four is 57% similar to far.
  • Sound Similar.
  • Pronounced Similar.

Far has 1 syllables, 1 vowels, 2 consonants, and 3 letters.


Four

  • Identical Rhyme

Four has 1 syllables, 2 vowels, 2 consonants, and 4 letters.


Fair

  • Same Length: 4 letters.
  • Same Syllable Count: 1 syllables.
  • Same Vowel Count: 2 vowels.
  • Change 2 letters for fair to become four.
  • four is 50% similar to fair.
  • Sound Similar.
  • Pronounced Similar.

Fair has 1 syllables, 2 vowels, 2 consonants, and 4 letters.


Tour

  • Same Length: 4 letters.
  • Same Syllable Count: 1 syllables.
  • Same Vowel Count: 2 vowels.
  • Change 1 letters for tour to become four.
  • four is 75% similar to tour.
  • Last 2 letters ur match.
  • Last 3 letters our match.

Tour has 1 syllables, 2 vowels, 2 consonants, and 4 letters.


Fore

  • Same Length: 4 letters.
  • Same Syllable Count: 1 syllables.
  • Same Vowel Count: 2 vowels.
  • Change 2 letters for fore to become four.
  • four is 75% similar to fore.
  • Sound Similar.
  • Pronounced Similar.
  • First 2 letters fo match.

Fore has 1 syllables, 2 vowels, 2 consonants, and 4 letters.


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