Words that Rhyme with vary
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, verri, verry, very, wary, werry, wery, wherry, yeiri
3 Syllable Words
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, primary, 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
4 Syllable Words
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
5 Syllable Words
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
7 Syllable Words
8 Syllable Words
Definitions of vary
v. t. To change the aspect of; to alter in form, appearance, substance, position, or the like; to make different by a partial change; to modify; as, to vary the properties, proportions, or nature of a thing; to vary a posture or an attitude; to vary one's dress or opinions.
v. t. To change to something else; to transmute; to exchange; to alternate.
v. t. To make of different kinds; to make different from one another; to diversity; to variegate.
v. t. To embellish; to change fancifully; to present under new aspects, as of form, key, measure, etc. See Variation, 4.
v. i. To alter, or be altered, in any manner; to suffer a partial change; to become different; to be modified; as, colors vary in different lights.
v. i. To differ, or be different; to be unlike or diverse; as, the laws of France vary from those of England.
v. i. To alter or change in succession; to alternate; as, one mathematical quantity varies inversely as another.
v. i. To deviate; to depart; to swerve; -- followed by from; as, to vary from the law, or from reason.
v. i. To disagree; to be at variance or in dissension; as, men vary in opinion.
n. Alteration; change.