Words that Rhyme with appall
1 Syllable Words
all, aul, aull, ball, bawl, brawl, call, caul, crall, crawl, dall, daul, drawl, fall, faul, faull, gall, gaul, gaulle, grall, graul, hall, haul, kall, kaul, krall, krol, kroll, lall, mall, maul, maule, maull, mol, nall, pall, paul, paule, paull, pol, prall, rall, raul, rawl, sall, saul, schall, schmall, schnall, schwall, scrawl, shaul, shaull, shawl, small, spall, sprawl, squall, stall, tall, taul, thall, thrall, wahle, wal, wall, walle, y'all
2 Syllable Words
antol, bacall, baseball, befall, birdsall, blackball, brimhall, catcall, catchall, chatwal, depaul, downfall, duckwall, edsall, engwall, enthral, eyeball, fairall, fastball, fireball, football, footfall, footwall, forestall, freefall, glycol, goodall, guildhall, handball, hardball, install, landfall, lighthall, loveall, lysol, mayall, mayhall, mccall, mccaul, mcfall, mcfaul, mcnall, mcphaul, meatball, mehall, metall, mothball, nepal, newall, newhall, nightfall, oddball, pinball, pitfall, pratfall, rainfall, recall, rexall, sabol, schoenthal, screwball, shortfall, snowball, softball, southwall, spaceball, spitball, stickball, stonewall, tidball, trackball, vandall, vanhall, vantol, vauxhall, westfall, whitehall, wigfall, windfall, woodall, woodhall, woodsmall
3 Syllable Words
alberthal, basketball, blumenthal, butterball, cannonball, catterall, coverall, ethanol, fireball, gasohol, josephthal, lebenthal, leventhal, lieberthal, luminol, mendenhall, metrocall, montreal, overall, overhaul, peterpaul, powerball, protocol, racquetball, richenthal, rohypnol, rosenthal, samerol, senegal, summerall, thiokol, unocal, vanderpol, volleyball, waterfall, weatherall, wherewithal
4 Syllable Words
arenaball, cholesterol, intellicall, neanderthal
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Definitions of appall
a. To make pale; to blanch.
a. To weaken; to enfeeble; to reduce; as, an old appalled wight.
a. To depress or discourage with fear; to impress with fear in such a manner that the mind shrinks, or loses its firmness; to overcome with sudden terror or horror; to dismay; as, the sight appalled the stoutest heart.
v. i. To grow faint; to become weak; to become dismayed or discouraged.
v. i. To lose flavor or become stale.
n. Terror; dismay.