Top rhymes for songwriters

Words that rhyme withfrowns.

Songwriting rhymes for frowns

These rhymes are specially chosen by our unique songwriting rhyming dictionary to give you the best songwriting rhymes.

    • sounds
    • down
    • now
    • out
    • around
    • how
    • downs
    • about
    • found
    • without
    • round
    • town
    • sound
    • ground
    • bout
    • house
    • mouth
    • loud
    • count
    • clouds
    • drown
    • bound
    • crowd
    • brown
    • proud
    • doubt
    • shout
    • crown
    • wow

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    Perfect rhymes for frowns

      • sounds
      • grounds
      • downs
      • rounds
      • pounds
      • browns
      • clowns
      • nouns
      • townes
      • towns
      • drowns
      • breakdowns
      • crowns
      • gowns
      • playgrounds
      • shutdowns
      • markdowns
      • downes
      • countdowns
      • putdowns
      • shantytowns
      • hometowns
      • crackdowns
      • drawdowns
      • showdowns
      • touchdowns
      • shakedowns
      • downtowns
      • slowdowns
      • writedowns
      • closedowns
      • kouns

    Near rhymes for frowns

    Near rhymes work great for songwriting, often giving a more interesting feel than perfect rhymes.

    Want to know what rhymes with frowns?

    When you're writing a song, rhyming words are as important as melody and lyrics

    Some songs can get by with just a hook, but true hit records use creative rhymes to create interesting lyrical hooks and melodies

    But there's two catches when it comes to rhyming words

    The first catch is obvious--there are no hard and fast rules concerning what sounds good in rap music, country music, rock n' roll, etc

    But the second catch keeps songwriters from getting the right rhymes: finding "themes" or rhyme families that naturally sound like certain genres of music while avoiding others

    The problem with most rhyming dictionaries is they're not targeted to your specific genre of music! Even if they have themes you need, they don't give you enough variety to be truly useful. With Chorus, we find you only those rhymes which are useful for songwriters, so you know that the words we give you are singable and work for the genre you're writing in

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