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beau, beaux, blow, boe, bro, Cloe, clow, co, coe, Cro, crow, doe, doh, dough, eau, Flo, floe, flow, fo, foe, fro, froe, frow, gau, glow, go, Gogh, grow, ho, hoe, jeu, jeux, jo, joe, lo, loe, Loewe, low, lowe, Luo, mo, moe, mot, mow, Ngo, no, oh, owe, Pau, po, Poe, poh, pro, quo, rho, roe, row, Rowe, schmo, sew, shmo, show, sloe, slow, snow, so, soh, sow, stow, Stowe, strow, tho, though, throe, throw, toe, tow, trow, whoa, woe, yo

2 syllables:

aglow, agneaux, ago, alow, although, bandeau, barbeau, bateau, batteau, Belleau, below, beshow, bestow, bestrow, bio, Bordeaux, Carnot, chapeau, Charcot, chateau, chateaux, cheneau, ciseaux, Cocteau, Corot, coteau, Cousteau, Davao, Defoe, devault, Devaux, Deveau, dunno, embow, escrow, forego, foreknow, foreshow, forgo, Foucault, gateau, genro, Giraud, Guizot, hallo, handsew, hello, hullo, inlow, jabot, kayo, Kuangchou, Kwangchow, lalo, Lanchow, maillot, Malraux, manteau, Marceau, Milhaud, Miro, misknow, Monroe, morceau, Moreau, Munro, nouveau, oho, outgrow, outrow, outthrow, Pernod, plateau, Rameau, regrow, rideau, Rimbaud, rinceau, rondeau, rouleau, Rousseau, soco, tableau, tableaux, tarot, Thoreau, tonneau, torteau, Trudeau, Truffaut, trumeau, upthrow, Watteau

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apropos, Baguio, bordereau, chalumeau, Clemenceau, curacoa, escargot, Gaboriau, gaspereau, kakapo, misbestow, overblow, overcrow, overflow, overgrow, taekwondo, tallyho, touraco, undergo

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236 best rhymes for 'knows'

1 syllable

  • Those
  • Froze
  • Hoes
  • Goes
  • Close
  • Doe's
  • Grows
  • Flows
  • Shows
  • Chose
  • Bro's
  • Toes
  • Rose
  • Blows
  • Foes
  • Pose
  • Throws
  • Lo's
  • Most
  • Both

  • Dose
  • Woes
  • Pros
  • O's
  • Crows
  • Los
  • Glows
  • Bows
  • Drove
  • Growth
  • Slows
  • Snows
  • Joes
  • Dove
  • Gross
  • So's
  • Cose
  • Mose

2 syllables

  • Expose
  • Shadows
  • Windows
  • Suppose
  • Follows
  • Sorrows
  • Oppose
  • Compose
  • Heroes
  • Photos
  • Egos
  • Arrows
  • Dispose
  • Rainbows
  • Echoes
  • Hollows
  • Pillows
  • Kilos
  • Swallows
  • Arose

  • Propose
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  • Cosmo's
  • Zero's
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  • Ghettos
  • Impose
  • Tacos
  • Elbows
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  • Halos
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  • Meadows
  • Hallows
  • Disclose
  • Condos
  • Broncos
  • Euros
  • Pharaohs
  • Dubose
  • Demos
  • Repose
  • Bellows
  • Negroes
  • Autos
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  • Enclose
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  • Gringos
  • Unos
  • Torsos
  • Marco's

  • Intros
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  • Foreclose
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  • Billows
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  • Montrose
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  • Memos
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3 syllables

  • Overdose
  • Videos
  • Potatoes
  • Decompose
  • Tomorrows
  • Amigos
  • Dominoes
  • Dominos
  • Studios
  • Volcanoes
  • Doritos
  • Casinos
  • Tomatoes
  • Marshmallows
  • Radios
  • Stereos
  • Tornadoes
  • Overflows
  • Stilettos
  • Mosquitos

  • Juxtapose
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  • Tornados
  • Eskimos
  • Ufos
  • Foreshadows
  • Ratios
  • Cameos
  • Nintendo's
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  • Flamingos
  • Sopranos
  • Embryos
  • Marlboros
  • Carlito's
  • Barrios
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  • Torpedos

  • Undergoes
  • Tomatos
  • Fiascos
  • Commandos
  • Mario's
  • Mementos
  • Apollo's
  • Curios
  • Angelos
  • Falsettos
  • Presuppose
  • Interpose

4 syllables

  • Scenarios
  • Superheroes
  • Innuendos
  • Jalapenos
  • Filipinos
  • Armadillos
  • Metamorphose
  • Overshadows
  • Mexicanos
  • Portfolios
  • Desperadoes
  • Pistachios
  • Superimpose
  • Galapagos

5 syllables

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5 kinds of poems you might not know! › St. Petersburg News › MR-7.ru

Alexander Pushkin was born 223 years ago — “the sun of Russian poetry” and this is “our everything”. The date is not round and in the city now there is more enthusiasm for the anniversary of Peter I, until which there are only three days left. And it seems to us that if there is a reason, then it can be about poetry.

What if we ask the question, "What is a poem?" "Easy peasy! Lines that rhyme with each other. They seem to have a rhythm ... ”- most ordinary people will say. Those who were better at literature at school will remember that poems still have a size and different "artistic paths": epithets, metaphors, personifications ... All this, indeed, can be part of a poem, but, at all, is not included in the definition this word.

Do you know how philologists define poetry? "A verse is a series of words, each of which is written on a separate line. " It turns out that the only thing that distinguishes a poem from a prose text is writing in lines? Yes, exactly, and we will show you five examples that will convince you of this.


Please: a classic example of "vers libre" , that is, a poem in which there is no rhyme, no meter, no distinct rhythm!

Such a poem does not have a rhyme, but it is still read somehow in a singsong voice, like ordinary poems. First of all, we read it this way because of the division into lines, but there are other reasons. For example, in the poem "Jagged Rhythm": short lines are read faster, long lines are read more slowly. In some lines there are "hidden rhymes": magazine / became / few. The poem, despite the absence of rhyme, remains a poem, has its features. Have we convinced you?


And it happens, which is funny, the opposite situation: when rhyme moves into prose, that is, into novels, novels, stories. Texts written in ordinary long lines become like poems. For example, this is how Vladimir Nabokov ends his novel The Gift:

If you divide this passage into lines, you get a regular poem. Philologists call such texts " ornamental prose ", they are few in number. Therefore, it cannot be said that a poem is rhyming lines: then this text could also be called a poem. This is prose, simply borrowing a few of their features from poems.


Okay, okay, how else can poetry study surprise us? But, for example, there is this:

No, it's not our text alignment that "moved out", this is how the verses should look like. Vladimir Mayakovsky is known for his rhyme " ladder ". True, if you look at the poem, the endings of the lines do not rhyme, but if you read this passage from beginning to end, then the rhymes are clearly "felt" by the reader. All that remains of the poem to which we are accustomed is only lines, with which rows of words are still written.


Surprised? And there is another interesting subspecies of poetry: curly verses . These are poems, the lines of which are written in the form of different figures. For example:

This is a poem consisting of one line, but quite understandable to the reader: the figure in which it is written, the poker, explains its main idea. In this small line, rhythm, rhyme, and meter remained: and although this verse is not at all like the usual poems that we are used to, it is!


And the last, most unusual phenomenon in poetry: there are poems without words. Yes, in fact, there are works in which there are no (or almost no) words. They do not fit the definition of verse, therefore they are combined into a separate group, which is called " zero poetry ". Here is an example of one such poem:

Despite the fact that it actually consists of two words, it makes a big impression on the reader. The effect is created by many dots: they resemble a display of a pulse that is constantly increasing and decreasing. This work, which is difficult for an inexperienced reader to call an ordinary text, is also called a poem.


Here are five unusual examples of poems we have given! Literature still holds a lot of secrets, and what seems simple or even trivial sometimes turns out to be one of the most difficult things. Poetry has become such a business, trying to deal with poems that stubbornly avoid their usual form. Wait, if you write this whole article in the form of lines, will it become a poem? ..

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Editor: Alexander Kudryavtsev (Nikolaev)

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Question 1: [Moderator: be sure to read the comment on this question!]

Albert Broccoli and Harry Saltzman were willing to risk a lot when decided to found the film company "EON" [i-ou-en]. What does this mean abbreviation?


Answer: "Everything Or Nothing" [to the reader: Evrising o naAsing].

Credit: All or nothing.

This film company has become famous thanks to films about James Bond.

Source(s): http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/EON_Productions

Author: Alexander Kudryavtsev (Nikolaev)


Question 2: The questioner jokingly remarked that this controversial film, made in 2008 year by Dmitry Vasiliev, can be considered a free adaptation of Fleming. Name this movie.

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Answer: "Mold".

This refers not to the author of spy action films about Bond, Ian Fleming, but to his namesake Alexander Fleming, who isolated from mold fungi penicillin. "Mold" is a pseudo-science documentary that caused its time a fair amount of hype. Molds reproduce by controversy, so calling the film controversial is quite appropriate.

1. Asker's joke.
2. Documentary "Mold" (http://rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1471275).
3. http://www.beaplanet.ru/griby/plesnevye_griby.html

Author: Alexander Kudryavtsev (Nikolaev)


Question 3: The word "ALPHA" is a replacement.
Well-known Brazilian missed 750 thousand dollars after he appeared to a press conference with ALPHA. Name the Russian-language novel, the main whose hero, playing the role of a preacher, tramples ALPHA.


Response: "Generation "P"".

ALPHA is a can of Pepsi. After footballer Ronaldinho came to press conference with the Pepsi can, the Coca-Cola company broke off with football player contract. Vavilen Tatarsky from Viktor Pelevin's novel commercial for Coca-Cola, dressed up as a preacher, trampling can of Pepsi.

1. http://lenta.ru/news/2012/07/11/pepsifail/
2. http://pelevin.nov.ru/romans/pe-genp/16.html

Author: Alexander Kudryavtsev (Nikolaev)


Question 4: Let's continue!
Norwegian terrorist Anders Breivik complains about poor prison leisure and requires the administration to update IT. Call it two words starting with the same letter.


Answer: Generation of prefix.

Breivik is demanding that his "PlayStation 2" be replaced with a "PlayStation 3".

Source(s): http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/02/14/breivik-hunger-strike-video-games_n_4788567.html

Author: Alexander Kudryavtsev (Nikolaev)


Question 5: In one interview, THIS native of the Altai province said that he preferred to invent a lawn mower. In 2009, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez gave him a copy of Simon Bolivar's sword. Name it.


Answer: [Mikhail Timofeevich] Kalashnikov.

Kalashnikov was born back in 1919, when there were still provinces.

1. http://www.theguardian.com/world/2002/jul/30/russia.kateconnolly
2. http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalashnikov_Mikhail_Timofeevich

Author: Alexander Kudryavtsev (Nikolaev)


Question 6: While on tour in Peru, actor Vladislav Strzhelchik bought a golden ring, but soon colleagues noticed that Strzhelchik had THEM. THEY are mentioned in the title of a story published in Pioneer magazine in 1990 year. Name them in two words.


Answer: Green fingers.

Strzhelchik was sold a copper ring under the guise of gold. "Red Hand, Black Sheet, Green Fingers - a story by Eduard Uspensky.

1. Documentary film "Vladislav Strzhelchik. Noble Pan Soviet screen.
2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_Hand,_Black_Sheet,_Green_Fingers

Author: Alexander Kudryavtsev (Nikolaev)


Question 7: The "X vs YG" video shows a helpless lizard thrown into the pan. What rhyming words did we replace with X and YGREK?


Answer: Gecko, Teflon.

Credit: In any order.

Even a gecko that can crawl on any surface glides on Teflon.

Source(s): http://www. theawesomer.com/gecko-vs-teflon/170336/

Author: Alexander Kudryavtsev (Nikolaev)


Question 8:

In one of the episodes of the book "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" Severus Snape says: "Potter! What happens if I mix crushed asphodel root with a tincture of wormwood?". Fans of "Potteriana" claim that this phrase has a hidden meaning and means "I am bitterly sorry ...". O how?


Answer: About the death of Lily[and] [Potter].

Credit: About your mother's death; synonymous answers.

Severus loved Harry's mother, Lily, from childhood. Relatives of asphodel lilies grew in the meadows of the kingdom of Hades and gladdened the souls of the dead.

1. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/quora/what-are-some-amazing-hid_b_1921331.html
2. http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Severus_Snegg
3. http://zinder.diary.ru/p39766514.htm

Author: Alexander Kudryavtsev (Nikolaev)


Question 9: Sergei Medvedev puts forward a completely fabulous version, arguing that Italian aircraft designer Roberto Bartini, who lived in the USSR since 1923, was one of the prototypes of the former "prisoner". As evidence Medvedev cites an episode in which the aforementioned former The "prisoner" boards a seaplane and flies to Italy. In one of the words we skipped the first part of this question. Write it as it is seventeen letter word.


Answer: Seaplane carpet.

Old man Hottabych spent three and a half thousand years in a jug. By the way, Bartini built seaplanes and was in prison.

1. http://www.russ.ru/pole/Ostanovivshij-Solnce
2. http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bartini,_Robert_Ludwigovich
3. L. Lagin. Old man Hottabych. http://www.flibusta.net/b/374847/read

Author: Alexander Kudryavtsev (Nikolaev)


Question 10: An asteroid discovered in 1994 by American astronomers, no matter how strange, they haven't renamed it yet. In honor of which athlete born in 1971, is this asteroid named?


Answer: [Lance] Armstrong.

But most of the titles after the Armstrong doping scandal selected. You may have found a "steroid" in "asteroid".

Source(s): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/12373_Lancearmstrong

Author: Alexander Kudryavtsev (Nikolaev)


Question 11: Attention, in the question we deleted the same letter combination.
HE was expelled from several schools for hooliganism. During the war in Indochina, HE was in the guardhouse more than once, and when he returned to his homeland, even contacted the bandits. However, he did not become famous in the criminal field. Write the deleted letter combination.


Answer: File.

Question about the actor Alain Delon. In 1946-1954, France waged war in Indochina for the preservation of the colonies. By the way, with the Del key you can delete text.

Source(s): https://historyporn.dirty.ru/cherez-ternii-583353/

Author: Alexander Kudryavtsev (Nikolaev)


Question 12: Komsomolskaya Pravda journalist who flew to Vnukovo with famous person, later lamented that due to overcrowded did not pay attention to his feelings ... To what?


Answer: On the untied shoelace [of Yuri Gagarin].

Credit: The fact that [Yuri Gagarin's] lace was untied; synonymous responses; a See also answers that use a suspender/garter instead of a lace for socks - there is such a version.

A famous person is Yuri Gagarin, who was accompanied in flight by a young Vasily Peskov.

Source(s): http://www.kp.ru/daily/24276/472120/

Author: Alexander Kudryavtsev (Nikolaev)


Question 13:

Sergey Martins It was no coincidence that she was invited to voice the Leader Rats in the cartoon "The Enchanted Boy". After all, it is MartinsOn in Sergei Yutkevich's film was the first of the Soviet film actors to DO IT. What exactly?


Answer: Played [Adolf] Hitler.

Credit: Played the role of [Adolf] Hitler; synonymous answers.

The speech and gestures of the Leader of the Rats are very reminiscent of Hitler's.

1. http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charmed_Boy
2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CU5PsW3f9So

Author: Alexander Kudryavtsev (Nikolaev)


Question 14: [Presenter: do not tell that the phrase "Aryan documents" is written in quotation marks.

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