Words that Rhyme with career
1 Syllable Words
beare, beer, bere, briere, cheer, clear, cleere, crear, creer, cyr, dear, deer, deere, ear, fear, fier, fleer, frear, freire, frere, gear, geer, gere, gier, giere, grear, greer, hear, here, jeer, kear, kier, kir, kleer, kneer, lear, mear, meir, mere, mir, myhre, near, neer, nir, peer, pier, queer, rear, schear, scheer, schweer, sear, sere, shear, sheer, shere, smear, sneer, spear, speer, speir, sphere, stear, steer, steere, tear, teer, veer, vere, we're, wier, year, zerr, zier
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adhere, alvear, amir, appear, austere, azmeer, bashir, bassir, bebear, casebeer, cashier, chachere, chemclear, chusmir, desir, dornier, dyneer, ellesmere, emir, frontier, fryrear, guinier, headgear, kamir, kinnear, laimbeer, lanier, lanphear, lanphere, lazear, lechmere, maiziere, mateer, mclear, mcnear, mcneer, mcteer, mctier, menear, midyear, minear, minteer, mystere, oneyear, orear, plenmeer, premier, premiere, puryear, rainier, rehear, reindeer, revere, rosevear, safier, sameer, samir, severe, shamir, sincere, st_cyr, termeer, unclear, vanleer, vanliere, veneer, wazir, whiteneir, windmere, yasir, zahir, zaire, zamfir, zegeer
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atmosphere, auctioneer, bandolier, belvedere, belvidere, benazir, biosphere, bombardier, brigadeer, brigadier, budgeteer, casebeer, cavalier, chandelier, charpentier, chevalier, commandeer, crochetiere, disappear, domineer, dubilier, elsevier, engineer, exovir, financier, financiere, gondolier, hemisphere, insincere, interfere, lagardere, lincolnshire, ljubomir, mahathir, marketeer, mcateer, meyerbeer, minniear, mountaineer, mutineer, nyerere, overhear, pamphleteer, pelletier, persevere, petrolear, pioneer, profiteer, racketeer, rayonier, reappear, rensselaer, retrovir, souvenir, stratosphere, summiteer, telesphere, vandermeer, vanderveer, vandeveer, volunteer, wagoneer, yesteryear
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acyclovir, conventioneer, electioneer, imagineer, reengineer
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Definitions of career
n. A race course: the ground run over.
n. A running; full speed; a rapid course.
n. General course of action or conduct in life, or in a particular part or calling in life, or in some special undertaking; usually applied to course or conduct which is of a public character; as, Washington's career as a soldier.
n. The flight of a hawk.
v. i. To move or run rapidly.