Top 22 Words That Rhyme with Yearn (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 yearn!

Here you’ll find the top 22 words and phrases for rhyming the word ‘yearn’.

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Words That Rhyme With Yearn

  • Adjourn – To end or suspend a meeting or gathering for a period of time.
  • Burn – To consume with fire or heat, or to feel a sensation of heat or burning.
  • Churn – To agitate or stir vigorously, often used to refer to the process of making butter or other dairy products.
  • Concern – To worry or cause anxiety about something, or to be interested or involved in something.
  • Discern – To perceive or recognize something, often through careful observation or analysis.
  • Earn – To receive money or compensation in exchange for work or services performed.
  • Learn – To acquire knowledge or skill through study, practice, or experience.
  • Nocturne – A musical composition that is inspired by or evokes the night.
  • Overturn – To cause something to turn over or tip over, or to reverse or invalidate a decision or ruling.
  • Quern – A simple hand-powered mill used for grinding grain into flour.
  • Return – To go or come back to a place or situation, or to give back or restore something to its previous state or owner.
  • Rne – This word doesn’t appear to have a definition or meaning, so I’m not sure how to provide a blurb for it.
  • Sauterne – A type of sweet wine that originated in the Sauternes region of France.
  • Spurn – To reject or disdain something or someone, often with contempt or disgust.
  • Stern – Serious or strict in demeanor or behavior, or the rear end of a ship.
  • Subaltern – A military rank below that of captain or lieutenant, or a subordinate or inferior position.
  • Taciturn – Reserved or uncommunicative in speech, often to the point of appearing unfriendly or unapproachable.
  • Tern – A type of seabird that is known for its forked tail and agile flight.
  • Turn – To change direction or position, or to rotate or revolve around a central point.
  • Unconcern – A lack of interest or involvement in something, often to the point of being indifferent or apathetic.
  • Upturn – A positive or upward trend or increase in something, such as the economy or business.
  • Urn – A decorative container, often made of metal or ceramic, that is used for holding the ashes of a cremated person or animal.