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Cure, lure, moor, sure, tour, your, you're, assure, brochure, couture, demure, endure, ensure, manure, mature, obscure, procure, secure, stamour, unsure, immature, reassur…e, and entrepreneur are all rhymes or near-rhymes of pure. allure sure, cure, endure... lure
Blister mister, twister, fist her, kiss her, missed her, Lister
Idk how to explain it but like Cow Pow is rhyming, they have the same syllables and sound alike. Hmmm.... quite hard to explain, sort of like words that sound slightly alike… but isn't. E.g: Laughter-After. Peel-Feel. Light-Fight ~ A word, or words that contain the same vowel, and letters at the end. Stress-Press
kneival badness sunful devil This makes no sence! xD do not use these words ever again
Purify means to make pure. Other words that mean this are: refine, distill and filter
The only words that rhyme with breathe are teethe, seethe and sheathe and none of them mean to breathe or are synonymous with the words 'the same'.
Pure taste and freshness is in most cases what taste one is used to from a product. If something has got a pure taste, then the product taste of one specific thing. It does n…ot have a taste of many things that make it hard to distinguish or identify the composition of. Pure taste can also be an actual mixture of taste as in the spice Curry. We can also use the word "pure" in other contexts as in something or someone being a pure delight. Freshness is in most cases both a combination of texture and taste combined. A cuecumber straight from the plant is crisp in consistensy and taste really nice. It does not have the soggy feeling and taste of mould that it might get from long storage in a fridge or on a desk.
The word "afraid" slant rhymes with the word "away" but means scared.