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Word Chunks Over 500 common primary words can be made from these 37 rimes!
-ack back, black, clack, hack, Jack, lack, pack, quack, rack, sack, snack, smack, tack, track, whack, Zack
-an ban, can, clan, Dan, fan, Jan, man, Nan, pan, plan, ran, tan,
-ap cap, clap, gap, lap, map, nap, rap, wrap, sap, strap, tap, trap, yap, zap
-at bat, cat, gnat, fat, flat, hat, mat, pat, rat, sat, that,
-ash bash, cash, clash, crash, dash, flash, gash, hash, mash, rash, stash, smash, splash, trash
-ame came, dame, fame, flame, frame, game, lame, name, same, tame
-ake bake, brake, cake, fake, Jake, make, lake, rake, stake, take, wake
-ate crate, date, fate, gate, grate, hate, late, mate, Nate, rate, slate, state
-ale bale, Dale, female, Gale, male, pale, sale, stale, tale, whale, Yale
-ank bank, clank, crank, dank, drank, Frank, flank, Hank, prank, rank, sank, tank, yank
-ay bay, clay, day, Fay, hay, Jay, lay, may, pay, pray, ray, say, stay, tray, way, yay!
-ail bail, fail, Gail, hail, jail, mail, nail, pail, quail, rail, sail, tail, trail, Vail
-ain brain, gain, grain, main, pain, plain, rain, train, stain, strain, train
-ell bell, fell, Dell, jell, quell, sell, smell, swell, tell, well
-est best, crest, jest, nest, pest, quest, rest, test, west, zest
-eat beat, cleat, eat, feat, heat, meat, neat, seat, treat, wheat
-ick bick, brick, flick, lick, Mick, Nick, pick, quick, Rick, sick, stick, slick, tick, trick
-in bin, chin, fin, pin, spin, tin, twin, win
-ip clip, dip, drip, hip, lip, nip, quip, rip, sip, tip, trip, whip, zip
-it bit, fit, hit, kit, lit, pit, quit, sit, wit,
-ill bill, dill, drill, fill, frill, gill, grill, hill, mill, pill, quill, sill, still, till, will
-ink blink, brink, clink, drink, fink, link, mink, pink, rink, sink, stink, Tink, wink
-ing bing, bling, ding, ping, ring, sing, thing, wing, zing
-ice dice, ice, mice, nice, price, rice, spice, twice
-ide bride, hide, ride, side, stride, tide, wide, confide
-ine brine, dine, fine, feline, line, mine, nine, pine, twine, whine,
-ight bright, fight, height, knight, light, might, night, right, sight, tight, twilight
-op bop, cop, chop, drop, flop, glop, hop, lop, mop, pop, plop, prop, shop, stop, top
-ot cot, clot, dot, got, hot, jot, lot, not, pot, rot, shot, tot
-ock block, crock, dock, flock, hock, jock, lock, mock, knock, rock, sock, stock, tock
-oke bloke, broke, choke, joke, poke, stoke, woke
-ore adore, bore, chore, core, gore, galore, pore, shore, store, tore, wore
-uck buck, duck, luck, muck, puck, pluck, suck, stuck, struck, tuck, truck
-ug bug, chug, dug, hug, jug, lug, mug, rug, tug, shrug
-ump bump, clump, dump, grump, hump, jump, lump, pump, stump
-unk bunk, clunck, chunk, dunk, funk, gunk, hunk, junk, punk, sunk, stunk
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