What rhymes with fire for a poem?

What rhymes with fire for a poem?

‘fire’ may also rhyme with: beijer · dwire · eir · gire · guire · gyr · hyre · ire · lyre · myre…

What rhymes with wild fire?

Near rhymes with Wildfire

1 samphire Definition
2 bonfire Definition
3 ceasefire Definition
4 starfire Definition

What words describe fire?


  • burn. verb. if something is burning, it is being destroyed or damaged by fire.
  • blazing. adjective. burning very strongly.
  • flaming. adjective. burning brightly with flames.
  • roaring. adjective. a roaring fire burns very brightly and produces a lot of heat.
  • glowing. adjective.
  • alight. adjective.
  • fiery. adjective.
  • burning. adjective.

What do you call a big fire?

A conflagration is a large and destructive fire that threatens human life, animal life, health, and/or property. It may also be described as a blaze or simply a (large) fire. A conflagration can begin accidentally, be naturally caused (wildfire), or intentionally created (arson).

How many syllables does fire have?

Fire is only one syllable.

What rhymes with fireplaces?

Word Rhyme rating Meter
fire place 100 [/xx]
higher place 100 [/xx]
in a higher place 100 [xx/x/]
quiet place 92 [/xx]

What does fire sound like?

When fire is calm, it crackles, it pops, like roasting popcorn and the process of crumpling a piece of paper into a ball. When the fire is raging, its like if the wind went “whoosh!” at a lower pitch but at a slower more steady speed. It sounds like your mouth feels when you eat pork rinds.

What do you call a little fire?

blaze. noun. a small fire that burns strongly and brightly.

What is small fire?

Small fire means a fire consisting of one pile not larger than four feet by four feet by three feet.

How many sounds does the word fire have?

The word fire can be pronounced with one syllable or two. Shelly asks if fire is one syllable or two because her students are using the word in haiku. Our Pronunciation Editor Josh Guenter responds: The word fire can be pronounced with either one or two syllables.


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