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Words that rhyme with -ime

List of words that end with a "ime " sound

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Cis forClimb

Climbing is a way of getting up something that is too high or too steep to just walk up. Things that people usually climb are cliffs, mountains or trees. Adults usually climb cliffs, mountains or rock faces, and children usually climb trees or playground equipment. But you can climb lots of other things too.
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Dis forDime

A dime is a coin from America or Canada, equivalent to one tenth of a dollar, or ten cents.

Gis forGrime

Grime is dirt and other filth that is stuck to something. The wall in the picture is very grimy.
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Lis forLime

Scientific name: citrus latifolia
Limes are a citrus fruit like oranges and lemons. They are most similar to lemons but are smaller, sourer and greener. Like lemons, limes are not good to eat on their own and are used to flavor drinks and foods. A lot of Asian cooking uses limes as flavoring.
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Tis forThyme

Scientific name: thymus vulgaris
Thyme (said like "time") is a small, woody plant with lots of tiny leaves. It grows all year around, and gets tiny pink flowers in the spring. It has a very strong smell, and is used to flavour meat, soups and stews. Some varieties of thyme are lemon scented and can be used in dishes that need a hint of lemon. Thyme can be grown from seed, cuttings, or just digging up parts of the plant that have already grown roots. When thyme spreads, branches that touch the ground grow roots at that point and are easy to separate. It likes to grow in a hot sunny spot, and can tolerate very heavy frosts and drought. It is a perfect rockery plant.
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Tis forTime

Time is how you measure the order that things happen. Time that has already happened is the past, and time that is yet to happen is the future. Time is measured in units like hours, days and years.
A wind chime is an ornamental item that is hung outside in the wind. Wind chimes have parts that can move in the wind, and when they bump into each other they make a nice noise. Wind chimes can be made from metal, glass, bells, ceramic or wood.