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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with corse:

6 letters:
a loss,
jaw is,
law is,
saw us,
all er


7 letters:
saw her,
a cross,
a curse,
a nurse,
a worse,
as loss,
of loss,
saw his,
or hurt,
a false,
a force,
a horse,
all her,
ours is


8 letters:
draw her,
or nurse,
or worse,
draw his,
of cross,
of verse,
on cross,
jaw jerk,
law firm,
law term,
or earth,
or heard,
saw wort,
a course,
a source,
water is,
power is,
tower is,
award is


9 letters:
for worse,
are cross,
are worse,
all heard,
for earth,
all first,
all works,
author is,
lawyer is,
longer is,
water ice,
flower is,
our house,
along her,
alter his,
among her,
reward is


10 letters:
long purse,
though her,
though his,
half heard,
closure is


11 letters:
cough worse,
straw purse,
cross nurse,
small purse,
armed cross,
ideal cross,
ideal nurse,
straw house,
broad earth,
small earth,
daughter is,
water house,
dower house,
gower house,
power house,
tower house,
along earth,
among earth,
along first,
among first,
among turks


12 letters:
drawn hearse,
though earth,
though first,
black hearse,
ensure cross,
though burke,
though urged,
author house,
walker house,
withdraw his,
before heard


13 letters:
thought worse,
smaller earth,
though church,
assault nurse,
smaller house,
because earth


14 letters:
daughter house


15 letters:
slaughter house


Some other possibilities:

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