Top 32 Words That Rhyme with Zed (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 zed!

Here you’ll find the top 32 words and phrases for rhyming the word ‘zed’.

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Words That Rhyme With Zed

  • Ahead – Refers to a direction in front of something or someone.
  • Assayed – Means to test or examine something carefully.
  • Bed – A piece of furniture used for sleeping or resting.
  • Bled – Past tense of the verb “bleed,” which means to lose blood.
  • Bread – A food made from flour, water, and yeast or baking powder.
  • Bred – Past tense of the verb “breed,” which means to reproduce animals or plants.
  • Dead – Refers to something that is no longer alive or has stopped working.
  • Dread – A feeling of fear or anxiety about something.
  • Fed – Past tense of the verb “feed,” which means to give food to someone or something.
  • Fled – Past tense of the verb “flee,” which means to run away from something or someone.
  • Head – Refers to the top part of the body, which includes the brain and the face.
  • Infrared – Refers to a type of light that is not visible to the human eye but can be detected by some devices.
  • Instead – Refers to doing something as an alternative to another thing.
  • Lead – Refers to a heavy, soft, grayish metal or to be in charge of something.
  • Led – Past tense of the verb “lead,” which means to guide or direct someone or something.
  • Med – A shortened version of the word “medicine.”
  • Misled – Past tense of the verb “mislead,” which means to give someone the wrong idea or information.
  • Read – Can mean either to look at and understand written words or the past tense of the verb “read.”
  • Red – Refers to a color that is often associated with passion, love, and danger.
  • Said – Past tense of the verb “say,” which means to express something in words.
  • Shed – Refers to a small building or structure used for storage or to lose hair or skin.
  • Shewed – An alternative spelling of the word “showed,” which means to present or display something.
  • Sled – A vehicle used for traveling over snow or ice.
  • Sped – Past tense of the verb “speed,” which means to move quickly.
  • Spread – Refers to the act of extending something over an area or to a food that is spreadable, such as butter or jam.
  • Stead – An alternative spelling of the word “stead,” which means a place or position.
  • Ted – A shortened version of the name “Theodore.”
  • Thread – Refers to a thin strand of cotton or other material used for sewing or to a conversation or topic of discussion.
  • Tread – Refers to the act of stepping or walking on something.
  • Watershed – Refers to an area of land where water flows into a particular body of water or to a turning point or critical moment.
  • Wed – Short for the verb “wedding,” which refers to a marriage ceremony.
  • Widespread – Refers to something that is prevalent or widely distributed.
 

 

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