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What rhymes with asterisk?


( Yes, that symbol: * .) Rhymes may be phrases or single words, or fairly loose rhymes.

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MKayo says

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    Laura Schneider 4 years ago

    Ooooh! You're the master of phrases so far! Good job! I laughed at "Quik of Bisc" :-) Where would I be without Bisquick pancakes? (25 pounds lighter, at least LOL). Thanks for taking up the challenge--you play a good game!

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Sherry Hewins says

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junkseller says

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    Laura Schneider 4 years ago

    OH! Whisk, being a single syllable word, doesn't rhyme with asterisk (sorry!), but you got two of my personal favorites: basilisk and obelisk. Great job!!

    Keep those rhymes coming, folks. Think phrases, too (but keep it rated G, please)...


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Missy (logoquiz) says

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Insane Mundane says

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    Laura Schneider 4 years ago

    ROTFL! I'm having a hard time thinking of the last time I read something this excellently creative! Kudos! This is fabulous!

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dashingscorpio says

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    Laura Schneider 4 years ago

    Looking up the answer is kinda cheating, but... Tamarisk is an excellent rhyme, and riskiest and friskiest are good, too. But there are many more...


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Goody5 says

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    Laura Schneider 4 years ago

    Hm. Well, first off, "asterisk" has three syllables, and your words all have only one, so I'm afraid they don't rhyme. Also, the ends of your words highlight the common mis-pronunciation of the word as "ick", whereas it ends in "isk". Sorry, Goody5!


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JThomp42 says

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