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Words and phrases that rhyme with pension :   (124 results)
2 syllables:
denshin, gentian, henschen, kenshin, menschen, mention, tension

3 syllables:
accension, appension, ascension, attention, blind gentian, closed gentian, coextension, cointension, consension, contention, convention, declension, descension, detention, dimension, dissension, dissention, distension, distention, extension, extention, green gentian, horse gentian, incension, indention, intension, invention, konvention, laurentian, lawrentian, marsh gentian, obtension, obtention, obvention, offension, ostension, outpension, perpension, portension, posttension, prehension, presension, presention, pretension, pretention, prevention, propension, protension, recension, retention, spurred gentian, stiff gentian, striped gentian, subvention, suspension, sustention, transcension, valencian, vincentian

4 syllables:
apprehension, birth prevention, bottle gentian, codimension, comprehension, condescension, demi-pension, deprehension, fourth dimension, hypertension, hypotension, inextension, intermention, in suspension, irretention, nonattention, normotension, not to mention, pay attention, prairie gentian, preapprehension, reascension, reconvention, reinvention, reprehension, resuspension, right ascension, salientian, supervention, surface tension, thermotension, third dimension, tufted gentian, tulip gentian, with attention

5 syllables:
chemoprevention, cluniacensian, great yellow gentian, hyperextension, inapprehension, incomprehension, misapprehension, non-intervention, overextension, paying attention

6 syllables:
american gentian, center of attention, colloidal suspension, geneva convention, honorable mention, telephone extension

7 syllables:
essential hypertension, northern baptist convention, southern baptist convention

8 syllables:
immediate apprehension, secondary hypertension, university extension

9 syllables:
american baptist convention

Words and phrases that almost rhyme † :   (55 results)
2 syllables:
benson, denson, engine, ensign, hensen, henson, hessian, jensen, lengthen, lesson, mentioned, mentions, pensions, penson, penton, rection, section, session, stemson, strengthen, svenson, swenson

3 syllables:
affection, attentions, collection, conception, concession, confession, connection, convection, conventions, correction, deception, defection, depression, direction, election, erection, exemption, expression, impression, infection, injection, intention, intentions, inventions, obsession, perception, perfection, possession, protection, redemption, rejection

4 syllables:
conscientious, intervention

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      contribution   noun noun BrE BrE / / ˌkɒn trɪˈbjuːʃn / /   ; NAmE NAmE / / ˌkɑːn trɪˈbjuːʃn / /     Add to my wordlist jump to other results 1   [ countable ] a sum of money that is given to a person or an organization in order to help pay for something synonym donation contribution (to something) to make a contribution to charity a substantial contribution All contributions will be gratefully received. contribution (toward(s) something/doing something) valuable contributions towards the upkeep of the cathedral Oxford Collocations Dictionary adjective generous , large , small , … verb + contribution make , offer , pay , … preposition contribution  to , contribution  towards/​toward See full entry 2   [ countable ] contribution (to something) a sum of money that you pay regularly to your employer or the government in order to pay for benefits such as health insurance, a pension, etc. monthly contributions to the pension scheme National Insurance contributions Synonyms payment premium contribution subscription repayment deposit instalment These are all words for an amount of money that you pay or are expected to pay, or for the act of paying. payment an amount of money that you pay or are expected to pay; the act of paying: ten monthly payments of $50 payment in advance premium an amount of money that you pay once or regularly for an insurance policy; an extra payment added to the basic rate; a higher amount of money than usual: an insurance premium a premium for express delivery contribution a sum of money that you pay regularly to your employer or the government in order to pay for benefits such as health insurance, a pension, etc: You can increase your monthly contributions to the pension plan. subscription an amount of money you pay in advance to receive regular copies of a newspaper or magazine or to receive a service: a subscription to ‘Newsweek’ repayment ( British English ) an amount of money that you pay regularly to a bank, etc. until you have returned all the money that you owe; the act of paying this money: the repayments on the loan deposit an amount of money that you pay as the first part of a larger payment: We’ve put down a 5% deposit on the house. instalment one of a number of payments that you make regularly over a period of time until you have paid for something: We paid for the car by/​in instalments. Patterns (a/​an) annual/​monthly/​regular payment/​premium/​contributions/​subscription/​repayment/​deposit/​instalment payment/​repayment in full to pay a(n) premium/​contribution/​subscription/​deposit/​instalment to make a payment/​repayment/​deposit to meet/​keep up (with) (the) payment(s)/the premiums/(the) repayment(s)/the instalments Oxford Collocations Dictionary adjective generous , large , small , … verb + contribution make , offer , pay , … preposition contribution  to , contribution  towards/​toward See full entry 3   [ countable , usually singular ] an action or a service that helps to cause or increase something contribution (to something) He made a very positive contribution to the success of the project. a significant contribution to scientific knowledge the car’s contribution to the greenhouse effect contribution (toward(s) something/doing something) These measures would make a valuable contribution towards reducing industrial accidents. Oxford Collocations Dictionary adjective important , meaningful , significant , … verb + contribution make , acknowledge , appreciate , … preposition contribution  to See full entry 4   [ countable ] contribution (to something) an item that forms part of a book, magazine, broadcast, discussion, etc. an important contribution to the debate All contributions for the May issue must be received by Friday. Oxford Collocations Dictionary adjective important , meaningful , significant , … verb + contribution make , acknowledge , appreciate , … preposition contribution  to See full entry 5 [ uncountable ] contribution (to something) the act of giving something, especially money, to help a person or an organization We rely entirely on voluntary contribution. Word Origin late Middle English (denoting a tax or levy): from late Latin contributio(n-) , from Latin contribuere ‘bring together, add’, from con- ‘with’ + tribuere ‘bestow’. Extra examples Each of these writers has made an individual contribution to the discussion. He made a major contribution to peace in the region. He was recognized for his unique contribution to the arts. I’d like to make a small contribution to the cost of the holiday. Researchers have argued over the relative contributions of nature and nurture to the human personality. Residents made a net contribution to public finances of $2.6 billion. The author acknowledges the contributions of scientist Charles Green. We like to think that we are making a positive contribution to society. We rely entirely on voluntary contributions. We were asked to make a contribution towards the cost of the meal. a valuable contribution to science employers’ pension and health insurance contributions Contributions of cakes and other items for the cake sale can be left in the school office. He has made several valuable contributions towards the upkeep of the cathedral. He made a very positive contribution to the overall success of the project. She has made a significant contribution to scientific knowledge. You can increase your monthly contributions to the pension plan. See contribution in the Oxford Learner's Dictionary of Academic English See contribution in the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary Check pronunciation: contribution Other Links iWriter iSpeaker My Wordlists Resources Wordlists Oxford 3000 Pronunciation Topics Other results All matches defined contribution noun Nearby words contretemps noun contribute verb contribution noun contributor noun contributory adjective Explore our topics Animals Body and appearance Business Clothes and fashion Crime and law Culture Education Family and life stages Food and drink Health Houses and buildings Language Leisure Nature Personality and emotions Religion and politics Retail Science Social issues Technology The media Travel and tourism War and conflict Work

fodder [ fod -er] /ˈfɒd ər/ Examples Word Origin See more synonyms on Thesaurus.com noun 1. coarse food for livestock, composed of entire plants, including leaves, stalks, and grain, of such forages as corn and sorghum. 2. people considered as readily available and of little value: cannon fodder. 3. raw material: fodder for a comedian's routine. verb (used with object) 4. to feed with or as if with fodder. Origin of fodder Middle English Old English 1000 before 1000; Middle English; Old English fodder, fōdor; cognate with German Futter; akin to food Synonym Study 1. See feed . Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017. Cite This Source Examples from the Web for fodder Contemporary Examples

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We must foller right along, too, or we'll run short of fodder .

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But even if we have fodder enough for them during the winter what are we to do with them?

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For fodder , either green or cured, it is cut before ripening.

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The Chinese Sugar-Cane also may deserve attention as a fodder plant.

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He gets his fodder at the proper time, and takes no care about it.

Christian Gellert's Last Christmas Berthold Auerbach British Dictionary definitions for fodder fodder / ˈfɒdə / noun 1. bulk feed for livestock, esp hay, straw, etc 2. raw experience or material: fodder for the imagination verb 3. ( transitive ) to supply (livestock) with fodder Word Origin Old English fōdor ; related to Old Norse fōthr , Old High German fuotar ; see food , forage Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1979, 1986 © HarperCollins Publishers 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012 Cite This Source Word Origin and History for fodder n.

Old English fodder "food," especially "food for cattle," from Proto-Germanic *fodran (cf. Old Norse foðr , Middle Dutch voeder , Old High German fuotar , German Futter ), from PIE *patrom , from *pa- "to feed" (see food ).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper Cite This Source Slang definitions & phrases for fodder fodder

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