Top 20 Words That Rhyme with Aches (With Meanings)

Written by Gabriel Cruz - Foodie, Animal Lover, Slang & Language Enthusiast

This post contains our favorite combination of "perfect rhymes" and "near rhymes". Near rhymes are words you may have to stretch or exaggerate for songwriting and poems.

Welcome to this guide on the best words that rhyme with aches!

Here you’ll find the top 20 words and phrases for rhyming the word ‘aches’ .

Pretty cool huh?

Let’s get started…

Words That Rhyme With Aches

  • Awakes – Refers to the act of waking up from sleep or a state of inactivity.
  • Brakes – Refers to the device that slows or stops the motion of a vehicle or machine.
  • Breaks – Refers to the act of separating or damaging something into two or more pieces.
  • Cakes – Refers to a sweet baked dessert made from flour, sugar, eggs, and other ingredients.
  • Fakes – Refers to something that is not genuine or authentic.
  • Flakes – Refers to small, flat, and thin pieces or layers of something.
  • Forsakes – Refers to the act of abandoning or renouncing something.
  • Lakes – Refers to a large body of water surrounded by land.
  • Makes – Refers to the act of creating or producing something.
  • Overtakes – Refers to the act of catching up with or passing someone or something.
  • Partakes – Refers to the act of participating or sharing in something.
  • Rakes – Refers to a tool used for gathering leaves, grass, or other debris.
  • Rattlesnakes – Refers to a venomous snake that produces a rattling sound with its tail.
  • Shakes – Refers to the act of moving or trembling rapidly back and forth.
  • Snakes – Refers to a long, legless reptile.
  • Stakes – Refers to something that is risked or wagered on the outcome of a contest or event.
  • Steaks – Refers to a slice of meat, typically beef, that is cooked by grilling or frying.
  • Takes – Refers to the act of removing or carrying away something.
  • Undertakes – Refers to the act of committing to a task or responsibility.
  • Wakes – Refers to the act of waking up or attending a wake.