Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with custard:

2 syllables:
cuss word,
blood stirred,
douglas hurd,
douglas turned,
just turned,
must've heard,
twice heard,
twice turned,
was stirred,
buzz word,
bug word,
get word,
love bird,
plum bird,
quetzal bird,
rural third,
some third,
some word,
tongue furred,
when word,
young bird,
young third,
has heard,
has termed,
has turned,
ust urt,
was heard,
was termed,
was turned,
blood turned,
chief heard,
chief turned,
chuck turned,
cuss words,
douglas world,
dutch turned,
front third,
front turned,
judge heard,
judge turned,
man turned,
must turn,
parents heard,
scrub bird,
sergeant turned,
terra verde,
then turned,
tongue turned,
truck turned,
twice burned,
but turned,
cuffs turned,
just her,
just learned,
thrust her,
trucks turned,
trust her,
twice served,
his third,
his word,
jesse heard,
this bird,
this third,
this word,
comes third

3 syllables:
alice heard,
alice turned,
office heard,
office turned,
priest heard,
hunter heard,
jesus heard,
office learned,
office world,
product turned,
result turned,
uncle heard,
uncle turned,
unless words,
cluster and,
cluster heads,
cutter head,
mother stirred,
office served,
office urged,
priest turned,
unjust world,
unless urged,
subject heard,
success spurred,
extra spurt,
has a bird

4 syllables:
officer third,
officers heard,
officer had,
officer heard,
officer turned,
amanda heard

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See custard used in context: 23 rhymes, 2 Shakespeare works, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, several books and articles.

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