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Photo of a mop

Words that rhyme with -op

List of words that end with a "op " sound

Bis forBus stop

A bus stop is a special place that you wait for a bus. The bus driver knows there will be people waiting at a bus stop and will watch out for you. Bus stops can just be a sign on a post, or a bench, or a proper shelter from the weather.
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Cis forCaltrop

A caltrop is common name given to some (unrelated) plants that have seed heads with 4 or more sharp spikes, arranged so that one of them is always pointing upwards. The seed heads are very painful to step on. Metal devices of the same name and design can be thrown onto roads in front of cars to burst their tires.

Cis forChop

You chop something up by cutting it into pieces with something sharp like a knife or axe.

Cis forCop

A cop is a slang word that is short for a police officer.
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Cis forCrop

A crop is a large amount of produce, like wheat or corn or any kind of plant grown for food. It is called a crop as you harvest it, as in a crop of apples.
Photo of students dropping something out of a window

Dis forDrop

You drop something when you let it fall down by itself. The students in the picture are dropping something out of a high window as an experiment. A drop is also a small globule of liquid, such as a raindrop.
Photo of flipflops
Flip-flops are a kind of shoe that is made up of a sole that is held onto your foot by a strap that goes between your toes.
Photo of a horse galloping

Gis forGallop

A gallop is the fastest gait of a horse. It has a beat of four, and all of the horse's feet are off the ground at once as it is galloping.
Photo of a child hopping

His forHop

Hopping is a way of moving along on only one leg. You keep one leg up, and jump along on the other leg.
Photo of hops flowers

His forHops

Scientific name: humulus lupulus
Hops is a plant grown for its flowers, which are added to beer to make it bitter. The hop plant is a climbing plant that is usually grown up poles or on strings in a field. Hop plants can grow very fast, and climb by wrapping themselves clockwise around anything they bump into. It grows vigorously in spring but dies back to a frost-hardy bulb in autumn.