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Words and phrases that rhyme with admitted:   (58 results)

2 syllables:
-witted, bitted, chitted, fitted, flitted, fritted, gritted, it'd, kitted, knitted, nitid, pitted, quitted, shitted, slitted, spitted, splitted, twitted, whitted, witted

3 syllables:
acquitted, befitted, buffeted, committed, demitted, diswitted, emitted, immitted, misfitted, omitted, outfitted, outwitted, permitted, refitted, remitted, submitted, transmitted, unbitted, unfitted, unknitted

4 syllables:
benefited, counterfeited, discomfitted, interknitted, intermitted, intromitted, plasmacytoid, readmitted, recommited, recommitted, resubmitted, retransmitted, retrofitted, semifitted, unadmitted, uncommitted, unremitted

5 syllables:
unaccredited



Words and phrases that almost rhyme :   (52 results)

2 syllables:
critic, drifted, fitting, gifted, gritted, kitten, lifted, limit, livid, minute, nitid, pivot, prison, quitted, quitting, shitted, sitting, skidded, slitted, smitten, spirit, spitted, spitting, ticket, timid, tinted, twisted, visit, wicked, winded, witness, written

3 syllables:
acidic, addicted, addictive, admittance, admitting, afflicted, assisted, conflicted, conscripted, convicted, demigod, depicted, forgiven, hospital, imprinted, insipid, permitting, regretted, restricted, specific


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Nouns for admitted: freeman, students, assets, ignorance, companies, subject, value, bar failure, surplus,

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See admitted used in context: 8 rhymes, 14 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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