Word:   
Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with extempore:

2 syllables:
help or,
sweat pore,
them for,
them nor,
step or,
them more,
them or,
cent or,
end or,
french or,
friend or,
rent or,
sense or,
air core,
air door,
air for,
air war,
beds or,
bell for,
best or,
bread for,
breath for,
care for,
care more,
cell for,
cells or,
chair for,
check for,
chest or,
dead for,
death for,
debt for,
desk or,
dress or,
dressed for,
eggs or,
fair for,
fell for,
felt or,
flair for,
head for,
heads or,
health or,
heirs or,
held or,
hell for,
lead for,
left or,
legs or,
less or,
met for,
net for,
pairs or,
press for,
pressure or,
rare for,
rest or,
self or,
sell for,
sell more,
set for,
sex or,
share for,
shares or,
sketch for,
spare for,
spread for,
step for,
steps or,
sweat sore


3 syllables:
agent or,
content or,
defense or,
percent or,
prevent or,
accept or,
access for,
access store,
address or,
ahead for,
arrest or,
assess for,
assets or,
complex or,
defect or,
direct or,
effect or,
expressed or,
hotel for,
object or,
perfect or,
possess more,
progress for,
project or,
regret for,
request or,
respect or,
subject or,
success for,
success score


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See extempore used in context: 4 Shakespeare works, 3 definitions

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