Words that Rhyme with primary
2 Syllable Words
airey, airy, arie, ary, barey, barre, barrie, barry, berrey, berri, berrie, berry, buerry, bury, carey, carie, carrey, carrie, carry, cary, cheri, cherie, cherry, chery, clary, dairy, derry, dery, eyrie, fairey, fairy, ferri, ferrie, ferry, fery, frary, garry, gary, gehry, gerri, gerrie, gerry, gery, hairy, harry, jere, jeri, jerri, jerrie, jerry, kairey, kari, karry, kary, kerrey, kerri, kerry, larry, lary, marry, mary, merrie, merry, nary, neri, parry, perry, prairie, querry, scary, sheri, sherri, sherrie, sherry, skerry, sperry, stary, sterry, tarry, teri, terri, terrie, terry, vary, verri, verry, very, wary, werry, wery, wherry, yeiri
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alarie, ameri, asbury, auberry, azeri, banbury, barberi, blackberry, blueberry, boveri, bradberry, bradbury, brimberry, buccheri, cadbury, canary, carberry, cecere, contrary, cranberry, curreri, dewberry, dogberry, doonesbury, dubarry, elsberry, elsbury, embury, ferreri, gadberry, glengarry, goldsberry, gooseberry, granberry, grandberry, guarneri, hackberry, hanberry, hanbury, hansberry, kilbury, kingsbury, lansberry, laprairie, library, lineberry, macquarrie, macsharry, marberry, marbury, marksberry, maseri, mauceri, maugeri, mayberry, maybury, mcclary, mccrary, mcgarry, mcgary, mcnairy, mcnary, mcquerry, mcsherry, metairie, moceri, mooberry, mulberry, newberry, newbery, newbury, omary, oteri, palmeri, pierie, pillsbury, plumeri, prosperi, queensberry, raineri, raneri, raspberry, recarey, remarry, roseberry, rosemary, roxbury, ruggeri, saulsberry, scarberry, scuderi, seaberry, seabury, sedberry, shrewsberry, shrewsbury, silveri, simsbury, soleri, spiteri, sprayberry, stanberry, stanbury, stansberry, strawberry, st_mary, sudberry, sudbury, sunseri, thornberry, thornbury, throneberry, tiberi, tilbury, unwary, valeri, viguerie, westberry, westbury, winberry, woodberry, woodbury, yarberry
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actuary, adversary, ancillary, appleberry, arbitrary, arterberry, atterbury, aviary, balistreri, barillari, brackenbury, budgetary, camilleri, canterbury, canzoneri, capillary, casselberry, cassowary, castleberry, cautionary, cemetery, centenary, christenberry, christenbury, cometary, commentary, commissary, corollary, coronary, culinary, customary, derryberry, dictionary, dietary, dignitary, dispensary, dromedary, dysentery, eckelberry, emissary, estuary, faulkenberry, feb, february, formulary, fragmentary, francesmary, frankenberry, functionary, funerary, hockenberry, hockenbury, honorary, huckleberry, ikenberry, january, lapidary, leatherberry, leatherbury, legendary, literary, londonderry, luminary, mercenary, mickelberry, middlebury, military, missionary, momentary, monastery, monetary, montazeri, mortuary, necessary, oliveri, ordinary, palmieri, palminteri, planetary, pulmonary, pusateri, quaternary, ranieri, rosenberry, rotenberry, salutary, sanctuary, sanitary, savagery, secondary, secretary, sedentary, seminary, solitary, stationary, stationery, statuary, tagliaferri, temporary, tertiary, tipperary, topiary, tributary, unitary, urinary, veterinary, visionary, waterbury
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apothecary, bicentenary, bollettieri, concessionary, confectionary, confectionery, constabulary, contemporary, deflationary, depositary, disciplinary, discretionary, diversionary, epistolary, exclusionary, expansionary, extraordinary, fiduciary, hereditary, illusionary, imaginary, inflationary, involuntary, itinerary, judiciary, nonmilitary, obituary, pecuniary, pituitary, preliminary, probationary, proprietary, reactionary, recessionary, subsidiary, unnecessary, unsanitary, vocabulary
6 Syllable Words
beneficiary, disinflationary, evolutionary, expeditionary, extraordinary, interplanetary, noninflationary, paramilitary, revolutionary, semilegendary, undersecretary
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Definitions of primary
a. First in order of time or development or in intention; primitive; fundamental; original.
a. First in order, as being preparatory to something higher; as, primary assemblies; primary schools.
a. First in dignity or importance; chief; principal; as, primary planets; a matter of primary importance.
a. Earliest formed; fundamental.
a. Illustrating, possessing, or characterized by, some quality or property in the first degree; having undergone the first stage of substitution or replacement.
n. That which stands first in order, rank, or importance; a chief matter.
n. A primary meeting; a caucus.
n. One of the large feathers on the distal joint of a bird's wing. See Plumage, and Illust. of Bird.
n. A primary planet; the brighter component of a double star. See under Planet.