What are words that almost rhyme called

No name for these words exist because NO words within the english language DO NOT rhyme. Contrary to popular belief, orange, silver, month and calender can all be rhymed.

If you come right off the bat and just say "orange", not much comes to mind...but split the word up and pronounce it like "oar-inge" then I can think of at least 50 words that rhyme with orange

For Example:

I put my large underscoring ignoring snoring adoring boring post-mortem orange war tinge four inch door hinge loz-enge drawings from my flooring voyage in 2 story soaring alluring orange storage for restoring and went to have more fringe orange porridge with war roaring george while horse minge sourced his orange mortgage and got a cold war syringe stuck in his sore boring orange chore sling sausage

And now silver:

I knew a silver wilber bill, the mill her will were filler and thats what reeled her in and killed her or thats what my aunt milda told her (pronounced tild her).

If you change the Annunciation of the word, you can rhyme any word. Don't let anyone tell you it doesn't rhyme.

If you eve need more help on pronounciation, EMINEM has done wonders with Orange. Look him up on YouTube for more help.

These area ll the words in the English language that apparently cannot be rhymed:

Aardvark

Almond

Angry

Angst

Anxious

Aspirin

Bachelor

Breadth

Bulb

Bulbous

Calumny

Cannabis

Calendar

Caveat

Chaos

Chimney

Chocolate

Circus

Citrus

Citizen

Condom

Denizen

Depth

Diamond

Different

Eighth

Elbow

English

Else

Empty

Engine

Fifth

Fift

Film

Foible

Fugue

Galaxy

Glimpsed

Golf

Gulf

Hostage

Husband

Iron

Justice

Laundry

Luggage

Monster

Month

Mulcts

Ninth

Neutron

Obvious

Of

Office

Olive

Orange

Pint

Pedant

Penguin

Pizza

Plankton

Plinth

Promise

Purple

Reptile

Sanction

Sandwiches

Shadow

Silver

Transfer

Twelfth

Vacuum

Width

Wolf

Orange has to be one of the easiest words on this list to rhyme. I have not come across a word so far that doesn't rhyme with a bit of lyrical twisting.

So bascially, all words rhyme.