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OWN words: Learn to spell with rime word list

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.

This OWN 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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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.

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