I use this speedy technique to create a list of random words - the words created are all of one syllable.
First of all, I get a random word from somewhere - I usually think of a random letter and name a word of one syllable that starts with that letter. I'll go for "m" and I choose "mouse".
I have two options then using my word "mouse" - I can either Rhyme, or Select (with Select, I select two letters from the word - I always use the first letter, then randomly select another letter from the word. So, for example, the word "pine" would give "p", and the randomly selected letter I choose is "n" which gives: p & n.)
I'll use Rhyme on the word "mouse". This is self-explanatory - I'll just name one syllable words that rhyme with "mouse". I'll name a few:
I'll carry on now using the word "nous" from the list above. So, I select the first letter of "nous" - "n" then randomly select another letter from the word. I'll go for "u", which gives me n and u. Now I'll name a few words - of one syllable - that start with the letter "n" and contain the letter "u" somewhere in the word:
And that's it. Now, as an example, I'll carry on from the word "nub":
Select: N and B.
Rhyme (of Nib)
Select: L and I.
Rhyme (of Line)