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An affair wants to spill, to share its glory with the world. No act is so private it does not seek applause.
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Rhymes » English » əʊ » əʊkə(r)

No, we aren't going to say it for you. Get over it, you whiny baby.


-ōkə(r), /-əʊkə(r)/, /-@Uk@(r)/


  1. The IPA/SAMPA /əʊ/@U/ represents the RP value for this phoneme but it is widely used in dictionaries. In Australian and American pronunciation the value is closer to /oʊ/oU/. All of these representations refer to the same phoneme.
  2. For more rhymes, add er to some nouns and adjectives at -əʊk.
  3. In non-rhotic accents, words ending in -əʊkə are also rhymes for words on this page.


Two syllables

Three syllables