Words that Rhyme with peer
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, 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
2 Syllable Words
adhere, alvear, amir, appear, austere, azmeer, bashir, bassir, bebear, career, 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
3 Syllable Words
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
4 Syllable Words
acyclovir, conventioneer, electioneer, imagineer, reengineer
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Definitions of peer
v. i. To come in sight; to appear.
v. i. To look narrowly or curiously or intently; to peep; as, the peering day.
n. One of the same rank, quality, endowments, character, etc.; an equal; a match; a mate.
n. A comrade; a companion; a fellow; an associate.
n. A nobleman; a member of one of the five degrees of the British nobility, namely, duke, marquis, earl, viscount, baron; as, a peer of the realm.
v. t. To make equal in rank.
v. t. To be, or to assume to be, equal.