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AZRhymes is described as 'Rhyming dictionary for writing lyrics, rap, and poems. Enter a word, an ending or an expression. Get rhymes with not only perfect rhyming but also slant rhymes (aka. near rhymes, vowel rhymes)' and is an website. There are five alternatives to AZRhymes, not only websites but also apps for Windows. The best alternative is McGill English Dictionary of Rhyme, which is free. Other great sites and apps similar to AZRhymes are MegaRhyme, Rhyme Zone, Lazyjot and AnalogX Rhyme.

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Rhyming dictionary for writing lyrics, rap, and poems. Enter a word, an ending or an expression. Get rhymes with not only...

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  1. McGill English Dictionary of Rhyme icon

    McGill English Dictionary of Rhyme

    • FreeProprietary
    • Windows

    A popular rhyming dictionary and verse editor for songwriters used by over one-hundred thousand people from over 100 countries. Created by American author/poet Bryant McGill and others.

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  2. MegaRhyme icon

    MegaRhyme

    • FreeProprietary
    • Online

    MegaRhyme.com is a rhyming dictionary. You can search for perfect rhymes, approximate rhymes, two-words phrases, and more.

    Rhyme search results as viewed on mobile device.


  3. Rhyme Zone icon

    Rhyme Zone

    • FreeProprietary
    • Online

    Free online rhyming dictionary.

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  4. Lazyjot icon

    Lazyjot

    • FreeProprietary
    • Online

    Lazyjot is a songwriter-first digital notebook to be able to mark where the beat hits in your lyrics, generate multisyllabic rhymes, see rhyme and syllable highlighting. Designed to help you write the best lyrics possible.

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  5. AnalogX Rhyme icon

    AnalogX Rhyme

    • FreeProprietary
    • Windows

    Rhyme is, if you couldn't guess by the name, a rhyming program - or better yet, a rhyming dictionary program. Type in any word (it knows more than 100,000!), tell it how many syllables to match (or phonemes), and click 'Rhyme'; it's that simple.

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