Fuck.       . WITH ORANGE... I N cg no. Had to think about it for a second. True shit
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#1 - afternoon (05/28/2012) [-]
Had to think about it for a second.
Had to think about it for a second.
#14 - hakysakit (05/29/2012) [-]
Sporange. Alternative word for Sporangium. - Anything that reproduces using spores. English'd
User avatar #120 to #14 - aysonator (05/29/2012) [-]
Also theres a place in wales called sporange.(again just saiyan)
#20 to #14 - arcanesyrge (05/29/2012) [-]
What about silver?
What about silver?
User avatar #21 to #20 - subaqueousreach (05/29/2012) [-]
Chilver, a term for female lamb.
#22 to #21 - arcanesyrge (05/29/2012) [-]
Purple?
Purple?
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#61 - srapture (05/29/2012) [-]
The Dwight meme does not say wrong, he says false. :)
#10 - hebs (05/29/2012) [-]
User avatar #27 - makonendrak ONLINE (05/29/2012) [-]
Syringe?
#4 - anon (05/28/2012) [-]
Door-hinge
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#91 - madjackal ONLINE (05/29/2012) [-]
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#28 - shadowcock (05/29/2012) [-]
FRINGE
#98 - trondoom (05/29/2012) [-]
I never heard of someone with too much sense
I never heard of someone with too much sense
#93 - knockxout (05/29/2012) [-]
False*
User avatar #85 - thepiratemonkey (05/29/2012) [-]
Are there any words that rhyme with orange?

Orange has almost no perfect rhymes. The only word in the 20-volume historical Oxford English Dictionary that rhymes with orange is sporange, a very rare alternative form of sporangium (a botanical term for a part of a fern or similar plant). Silver is another word for which it is almost impossible to find a perfect rhyme: the only candidate is the rare word chilver, which the 20-volume Oxford English Dictionary defines as 'a ewe-lamb' (i.e. a female lamb). Both orange and silver do have half-rhymes, though: the Oxford Rhyming Dictionary gives lozenge as a half-rhyme for orange, for example, and salver as a half-rhyme for silver.

What's the difference between a full rhyme and a half-rhyme? A full and stressed rhyme (e.g. hand / stand) or even an unstressed rhyme (such as handing / standing) contain vowels that are common to both words, while a half-rhyme like orange / lozenge or silver / salver has obvious differences between the vowels in certain syllables. The technical term for a half-rhyme is 'pararhyme'.

Straight from the official website.
#94 to #92 - thepiratemonkey (05/29/2012) [-]
No, not genius, just google.
User avatar #37 - Chuckaholic (05/29/2012) [-]
Blorenge is a hill in England and Gorringe is a name, both rhyme
User avatar #38 to #37 - Chuckaholic (05/29/2012) [-]
*Wales sorry
#41 to #37 - anon (05/29/2012) [-]
not in the dictionary =/
User avatar #42 to #41 - Chuckaholic (05/29/2012) [-]
Yeah they're proper nouns so they don't really count, but you can google Blorenge and Gorringe and find out that they do indeed exist as words.
#88 - anon (05/29/2012) [-]
that was... yeah... stupid?...
#77 - Crimsonfox ONLINE (05/29/2012) [-]
Sporange rhymes with Orange

Hurple rhymes with Purple

Yes these are both legitimate words, I used to know one for Silver but I can't recall it at the moment.
User avatar #78 to #77 - therealrottilargo ONLINE (05/29/2012) [-]
chilver
User avatar #46 - xxfalconxx (05/29/2012) [-]
there's sporange (spore producing plant)
User avatar #2 - Daeiros (05/28/2012) [-]
sporange rhymes with orange
User avatar #11 to #2 - AlexK (05/29/2012) [-]
it's actually a legit word. also hurple rhymes with purple, and chilver rhymes with silver. the only reason no one knows is because the words are so obscure and unused.
User avatar #101 - rshowat ONLINE (05/29/2012) [-]
I turned the doorknob,
It's color was orange
I pulled on the knob
and it opened because of the door-hinge.
#104 to #101 - ZakyNine (05/29/2012) [-]
door hinge doesn't rhyme with orange at all
User avatar #106 to #104 - rshowat ONLINE (05/29/2012) [-]
say it out loud.

Or-nge
D- or-h-in-ge
#63 - krizz (05/29/2012) [-]
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