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Words that rhyme with -owl

List of words that end with a "owl " sound

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Cis forCanal

A canal is a watercourse that has been made by people rather than a natural watercourse. Canals are generally cut to make a transportation path, for boats to travel along.

Cis forCowl

A cowl is a loose garment that surrounds the head and neck, much like a scarf. Cowls are often hooded.

Fis forFowl

A fowl is a domesticated farmyard bird. A fowl usually means a chicken but can also mean ducks, turkeys and pheasants.

Gis forGrowl

A growl is a deep, grating noise made by many animals as a warning. Animals will growl to scare you away if they are angry or scared.
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Guineafowl are large, ground dwelling birds native to Africa. They have distinctive black feathers covered in white spots. They eat insects and seeds. Guineafowl have been domesticated for a long time, and are kept for their meat, which is similar to chicken.
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His forHowl

A howl is a long, mournful noise made by a dog or wolf.
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Jis forJowl

Jowls are the parts of your face around your jaw and neck, particularly when they are large and fatty.
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Ois forOwl

Scientific name: order: strigiformes
Owls are birds of prey, which means they eat other animals. They usually sleep during the day and hunt at night. Owls mostly hunt small animals, insects and other birds. They are found in almost everywhere on Earth. A group of owls is called a parliament.
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Tis forTowel

A towel is a large, thick, fuzzy piece of cloth you dry yourself with after you've had a bath or shower. You can use a towel to dry yourself (or a pet) any time you get wet.
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Tis forTrowel

A trowel is a small hand-held shovel used by gardeners. It is very helpful when re-potting plants or planting seedlings in the garden.