Words that Rhyme with wormwood
1 Syllable Words
could, good, goode, hood, schuld, should, stood, wood, would, you'd
2 Syllable Words
allgood, armwood, arwood, ashwood, attwood, atwood, bedgood, beechwood, bellwood, bidgood, bigwood, blackwood, bloodgood, bournewood, boxwood, boyhood, braidwood, brentwood, caywood, chatswood, cheatwood, childhood, chitwood, corkwood, dagwood, damewood, dashwood, deadwood, dogwood, driftwood, earwood, eastwood, edgewood, ellwood, elmwood, elwood, falsehood, fenwood, firewood, fleetwood, forwood, foxwood, fullwood, fulwood, garwood, gatewood, girlhood, glenwood, greasewood, greenwood, grimwood, hagwood, hallwood, hapgood, hardgood, hardwood, harewood, hartwood, harwood, haygood, haywood, heartwood, heathwood, hegwood, henwood, heywood, hobgood, hogwood, homewood, hopgood, hopwood, inwood, kellwood, kenwood, knighthood, lakewood, linwood, lockwood, logwood, longwood, magwood, makegood, manhood, markwood, marwood, millwood, moshood, northwood, oakwood, osgood, packwood, plywood, portwood, presswood, prestwood, pulpwood, redwood, rickwood, ridgewood, ringwood, rockwood, rosewood, sainthood, sherwood, silkwood, smallwood, softwood, southwood, stanwood, statehood, suhud, swartwood, teakwood, toogood, upwood, wedgewood, wedgwood, weldwood, westwood, wildwood, winwood, withstood, yarwood
3 Syllable Words
adulthood, allenwood, alligood, arrowood, babyhood, brotherhood, catherwood, collingwood, cottonwood, devilwood, easterwood, ellenwood, ellingwood, ellinwood, englewood, estatehood, evergood, fatherhood, firewood, hazelwood, hazlewood, hollywood, inglewood, ironwood, isherwood, leatherwood, ledgerwood, lidgerwood, likelihood, littlewood, livelihood, livergood, livingood, mahamud, maplewood, motherhood, nationhood, neighborhood, orahood, parenthood, ravenswood, riverwood, robinhood, scattergood, tanglewood, understood, underwood, victimhood, womanhood
4 Syllable Words
Definitions of wormwood
n. A composite plant (Artemisia Absinthium), having a bitter and slightly aromatic taste, formerly used as a tonic and a vermifuge, and to protect woolen garments from moths. It gives the peculiar flavor to the cordial called absinthe. The volatile oil is a narcotic poison. The term is often extended to other species of the same genus.
n. Anything very bitter or grievous; bitterness.