Synonyms for Roan:roan (noun)
Arab, Arabian, Colt, Galloway, Genet, Grey, Liver-colored, Skewbald, adust, animal, auburn, bad, barb, bay, bay-colored, bayard, beast, beast of burden, bidet, bleak, blood horse, bloodstock, bookbinding leather, bookbinding material, brassy, brazen, brindled, bronc, broncho, bronco, bronze, bronze-colored, bronzed, brownish-red, brumby, brute, buckskin, calico pony, cart horse, carthorse, castaneous, cattle, cavalry, cayuse, charger, chestnut, chestnut-brown, chutzpadik, cob, color, contestant, copper, copper colored, coppery, courser, cow pony, creature, critter, cupreous, dapple-gray, dappled, deplorable, dingy, diploma, dismal, doleful, dolorous, downcast, drab, draft horse, dray horse, dreary, dull, dun, equine, equine coloring, ferruginous, filly, foal, foxy, garran, garron, gelding, girl, gloomy, goer, grave, gray, grizzle, hack, heavy, henna, horse, horse coloring, horse colour, horse hue, hunter, huntsman, jade, jennet, jument, ketch, lamentable, leaden, liver-brown, livid, livid-brown, lugubrious, mahogany, mare, melancholy, miserable, mottled, mount, mustang, nag, pack horse, pad, paint, painted pony, palfrey, pearly, pensive, piebald, pied, pigment, pinto, piteous, pitiful, point, pony, post horse, punch, racehorse, racer, reddish-brown, roadster, rubiginous, rueful, rufous, runner, russet, russety, rust, rust-colored, rusty, sad, sepia, sheepskin, sheltie, shelty, soft flexible leather, soft leather, soft sheepskin leather, somber, sorrel, stable color, stallion, steed shade, stud, sunburned, terra-cotta, terracotta, thoroughbred, titian, type of horse, variegated, waler.
Rhymes for Roan:
- cone, stone, cohn, lone, hone, drone, known, grown, loan, crone, shone, moan, mon, shown, thrown, phone, bone, scone, prone, clone, zone, tone, sewn, groan, own, rhone, blown, sown, throne;
- trombone, homegrown, atone, hipbone, condone, unknown, bemoan, alone, malone, intone, disown, cologne, dethrone, postpone, cyclone, capone;
- overblown, unbeknown, calderon, bourguignon, overthrown, overgrown;