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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with aureus:

2 syllables:
for ice,
through porous,
tore ass,
for thus,
force us


3 syllables:
lowry assay,
glory is,
story is,
glory as,
story as,
story has,
story on,
fourth thesis,
story twice,
carried us,
carries us,
carry us,
chlorine is,
gowrie house,
poetry is,
storey house,
stories is,
story house,
glory was,
poetry as,
poetry has,
score reaches,
stories as,
story was,
broad thesis,
cross sea,
for even,
for evil,
for reason,
kauri gum,
more even,
more reason,
nor even,
or even,
or evil,
or reason,
or region,
quarry man,
saw reason,
shore region,
sorry ma'am,
stories on,
story but,
story can,
strong thesis,
though reason,
trough region,
wally butts,
for events,
for sea,
forty bucks


4 syllables:
korea is,
maori hen,
florida house,
glorious house,
korean house,
storey office,
story office,
korea has,
before even,
before reason,
claudian house,
korea in,
maori chief,
story ahead,
before events,
florida office,
gloria asked,
glorious heights,
glorious hopes,
glorious peace,
glorious piece,
glorious sense,
glorious sights,
glorious voice,
korea based,
korea faced,
korea first,
korea makes,
korea since,
korea talks,
korea unless


5 syllables:
victoria house,
victorian house,
victoria earle,
victoria heard,
victoria in


7 syllables:
compensatory device,
conspiratorial voice,
explanatory device,
explanatory science,
expository device


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