OAT is a rime in the English language. There are many words that begin with an onset made up of one consonant as in ‘goat’ or blends up to 3 consonants, and then end with the rime OAT as in ‘float’ and ‘throat’.
Having a word list with OAT makes learning to spell these words and knowing their meanings easier. The word list below contains words with OAT in them.
This OAT word list is very useful for improving spelling or learning English. Each word has an example for learning the meaning of the word.
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OAT word list and examples
Oat – Dad only buys the oat brands of cereal for the health benefits.
Boat – We are travelling by boat not my plane.
Coat – The lady wore a coat outside as it was a bit chilly.
Goat – The shepherd guided the lost goat back to the herd.
Bloat – When you eat too much food, your stomach will bloat.
Gloat – People who gloat annoy others who see them as arrogant.
Float – She watched the balloons float up to the sky.
Afloat – When the ship sank, the life savers kept the people afloat until help arrived.
Loath – I was loath to apologise for something that I did not do.
Loathe – I am not eating that sushi, you know how much I loathe raw fish.
Throat – You can gargle with warm salted water to ease your sore throat.
Oatmeal – Mom served a bowl of hot oatmeal with raisins for breakfast.
Rowboat – We need oars for the rowboat when we go rowing.
Sailboat – The fisherman put up the sail on his sailboat to go sailing.
Lifeboat – The sailors on the ship threw a lifeboat to rescue the fisherman.
Raincoat – My son has an umbrella and a raincoat for bad weather.
Waistcoat – The groom wore his waistcoat without a jacket at the reception.
Speedboat – Mike came first in the speedboat race at sea.