- In non-rhotic dialects, words ending in /ôth/, /ɔːθ/, /O:T/, are also rhymes. See Rhymes ending in -ɔːθ for these words.
- In one older British English accent, words ending in oth, /ɒθ/, /QT/, typically spelled "-oth", are also rhymes. See Rhymes ending in -ɒθ for these words.
- Some rhymes may depend on whether a specific dialect or accent has the cot-caught merger.
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- -ɔː(ɹ)s (Humorous rhymes can be formed by spelling words ending in -ɔː(ɹ)s as if they were being pronounced by someone with a lisp.)