- What are words that rhyme with gone?
- What word rhymes with memories?
- What word can replace things?
- What is another word for thing?
- What is another word for sleep?
- What word rhymes with thing?
- What are words that rhyme with fun?
- What word rhymes with sleep?
- What word rhymes with family?
- What is short sleep called?
- What is the scientific word for sleep?
What are words that rhyme with gone?
WordRhyme ratingCategoriesspawn100Verb, Nounfawn100NounVaughn100Nameyawn100Noun, Verb96 more rows.
What word rhymes with memories?
Near rhymes with MemoriesWord1centuriesDefinition2lemuresDefinition3batteriesDefinition4caloriesDefinition95 more rows
What word can replace things?
Here are ten alternatives we can use:a detail. He told us all the details of his life. … a feature. The new Galaxy smartphone has many unique features. … an item. There are twenty items on the shopping list. … an issue. … a matter. … a point. … a subject. … a topic.More items…•
What is another word for thing?
What is another word for thing?objectitemimplementmaterialmatterapparatuscontrivancedevicegadgettrinket149 more rows
What is another word for sleep?
SYNONYMS FOR sleep1 slumber, nap, drowse, doze.10 rest, repose.11 nap.
What word rhymes with thing?
WordRhyme ratingCategoriesging100Verbzing100Nounshing100Noun, Verbbling100Verb, Noun96 more rows
What are words that rhyme with fun?
Words That Rhyme With “Fun” :1 syllable: an, Brunn, bun, Chun, done, Donne, dun, Dunne, grun, gun, hon, Hun, jun, Kun, none, nun, one, pun, run, shun, son, spun, stun, sun, sunn, Thun, ton, tonne, tun, un, won.2 syllables: Amiens, begun, Cholon, finespun, Flayer, forerun, homerun, misrun, outdone, outrun, redone, rerun, undone.3 syllables:
What word rhymes with sleep?
WordRhyme ratingCategoriesleap100Noun, Verbcreep100Noun, Verbheap100Nounweep100Verb96 more rows
What word rhymes with family?
WordRhyme ratingCategoriesclammily100Adverbfamilie100Nounmultifamily100AdjectiveAmalie100Name96 more rows
What is short sleep called?
Short sleeper syndrome (SSS) is a sleep condition characterized by sleeping for fewer than six hours each night. Most adults need seven or more hours of sleep each night to feel rested in the morning. Those with SSS, however, can function normally throughout the day despite less sleep.
What is the scientific word for sleep?
The word “somnolence” is derived from the Latin “somnus” meaning “sleep”.