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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with account for:

2 syllables:
bound shore,
found more,
ground war,
pounds or,
sound more,
sound shore,
sounds or,
bound form,
found or,
ground force,
ground or,
own door,
pound force,
round or,
sound forge,
sound forth,
sound or,
wound or,
brought more,
count georg,
count george,
count yorck,
down more,
grown more,
mount board,
out more,
out war,
own more,
towns or,
bought or,
brought forth,
brown or,
crown or,
doubt or,
down or,
out or,
own form,
own or,
shout forth,
spout forth,
sprout forth,
town or,
know the score,
your score,
counts are,
plants or,
want more,
bound course,
bound north,
bound shores,
brown dwarf,
drowned corpse,
found fault,
found george,
found north,
found short,
found yours,
four door,
ground fault,
ground north,
ground short,
ground source,
round board,
round north,
round score,
show the door,
sound board,
sound bored,
sound course,
sound score,
sound short,
sound source,
your door,
brown spores,
count thought


3 syllables:
accounts or,
amount or,
around or,
about more,
about war,
about or,
amount formed,
counter force,
county force,
county or,
around four,
accounts are,
amounts are,
around george,
around north,
around porch,
around short,
profound source,
rounded or,
wounded or,
accounts of,
amount sought,
amounts of,
council or,
counsel or


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