OWN is a rime in the English language. There are many words that begin with an onset made up of one consonant as in ‘down’ or blends up to 3 consonants, and then end with the rime OWN as in ‘drown’ and ‘thrown’.
Having a word list with OWN makes learning to spell these words and knowing their meanings easier. The word list below contains words with OWN in them.
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OWN word list and examples
Own – Since I own this piece of land, I will build my dream house on it.
Down – What goes up must come down, even helium balloons at some point.
Gown – The lady looked lovely in her glittering ball gown.
Mown – Dad had mown the lawn in the front yard for the party.
Town – We are going into the town to do some shopping.
Blown – Mom had blown up all the balloons with her mouth.
Brown – Please wipe your muddy brown shoes on the mat before you enter.
Clown – The children laughed as the clown squeaked his red nose.
Crown – We saw a princess wearing a shiny crown on her head at the parade.
Drown – At the beach, there is a lifeguard who ensures that you don’t drown in the water.
Grown – This child is all grown up and doesn’t need our help anymore.
Shown – Since I have shown you the way many times, you should be able to do it.
Known – I have known this man for most of my life and he has not changed a bit.
Flown – The birds have flown south for the winter for their food.
Frown – Why do you wear a frown on your face? Is there something wrong?
Disown – When children receive new toys, they quickly disown the ones they once loved.
Thrown – At the pool party, the girls had thrown the boys into the water for fun.
Renown – He is a renown man, so he gets a lot of respect from everybody.