Words That Rhyme with Yard (100 Handpicked Rhymes & Phrases)

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

Here you’ll find the top 100 words and phrases for rhyming the word ‘yard’ in a poem or song lyrics.

You’ll also find some example lyrics that incorporate rhymes of the word yard.

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Words That Rhyme With Yard

  1. Card
  2. Hard
  3. Bard
  4. Guard
  5. Lard
  6. Shard
  7. Scarred
  8. Charred
  9. Marred
  10. Pard
  11. Yarded
  12. Barnyard
  13. Courtyard
  14. Graveyard
  15. Backyard
  16. Paddock
  17. God
  18. Squad
  19. Odd
  20. Mod
  21. Plod
  22. Rod
  23. Prod
  24. Cod
  25. Todd
  26. Laud
  27. Fraud
  28. Flawed
  29. Clawed
  30. Bawled
  31. Gauld
  32. Wad
  33. Broad
  34. Fraud
  35. Applaud
  36. Facade
  37. Renard
  38. Bernhard
  39. Arvad
  40. Tardy
  41. Party
  42. Marty
  43. Smarty
  44. Arty
  45. Gnarled
  46. Hurled
  47. Whirled
  48. Swirled
  49. Furled
  50. Twirled

Phrases That Rhyme With Yard

  1. Card guard
  2. Hard disk
  3. Starred in
  4. Bard’s lute
  5. Guard dog
  6. Lard fry
  7. Shard of glass
  8. Charred wood
  9. Marred facade
  10. Pardoned crime
  11. Barnyard scene
  12. Courtyard gate
  13. Graveyard shift
  14. Backyard swing
  15. Yardstick length
  16. God’s reward
  17. Squad of guards
  18. Oddly marred
  19. Modest yard
  20. Plodding hard
  21. Rod and card
  22. Prod and guard
  23. Todd’s regard
  24. Fraud is barred
  25. Applaud and regard

Example Poem/Song Using Yard

Amidst the yard, a bard did play, With tunes that carried far away, His lute did strum with such delight, And starry-eyed listeners in sight.

But in the midst of this peaceful sound, A guard dog barked, making ears pound, The bard, he stopped, his lute in hand, Fearful that he would be reprimanded.

The guard was kind, just doing his job, To protect the yard, no one can rob, So the bard resumed, and played again, And the guard dog, quiet, was his friend.

In the corner, a shard of glass, Reflecting the beauty of the grass, And the charred wood, the remnants of fire, A reminder that all things expire.

The graveyard’s not too far from here, Where souls lay to rest with no more fear, And a backyard swing, a child’s delight, Swaying back and forth, to new heights.

The yard is full of life and sound, And in its corners, peace can be found, The bard played on, and so did we, In this magical place, wild and free.