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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dasyure:

2 syllables:
that poor,
brass floor,
glass floor,
graham moore,
quack cures,
than pure,
that pure,
class were,
class where,
glass where,
grass where,
at year,
basse terre,
brass sphere,
class share,
class there,
gap year,
glass sphere,
glass there,
grass there,
grouse moor,
house poor,
mass. there,
pack year,
plan year,
that year,
what year,
glass wool,
and poor,
black floor,
capt. moore,
class stood,
frank moore,
glass stood,
grand tour,
grass stood,
land poor,
mass book,
pass book,
plant tours,
ralph moore,
class years,
last year,
past year,
tax year,
and pure,
asked moore,
dance floor,
at where,
back where,
black where,
cache where,
crack where,
graph where,
had were,
hatch where,
match where,
patch where,
plan were,
scratch where,
shack where,
shall where,
stack where,
staff were,
staff where,
than were,
than where,
that were,
that where,
track where,
what were,
and air,
and hair,
and hear,
and here,
at fair,
at near


3 syllables:
suzanne moore,
compass there,
annie moore,
hannah moore,
harry moore,
maggie moore,
many poor,
rather poor,
sally moore,
sarah moore,
bassett moore,
combat tours,
grassy floor,
nancy moore,
precast floor,
assam where,
attack where,
combat where,
japan were,
japan where,
acram terre,
assam there


4 syllables:
abraham there


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