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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with french horn:

2 syllables:
air borne,
share borne,
well born,
dent corn,
man born,
heads shorn,
fair lawn,
mesne lord,
press warned,
steck vaughn,
thread drawn,
venae portae,
bench court,
bench of,
cent or,
end or,
friend or,
friend warned,
rent or,
sense or,
sense warned,
stench of,
being born,
being borne,
being torn,
blood borne,
has borne,
is born,
is borne,
is torn,
squirrel corn,
still born,
still borne,
tick borne,
twice born,
was born,
was borne,
was torn,
were born,
were borne,
were torn,
with corn,
breath short,
cette forme,
clair george,
clair shores,
clare short,
death george,
delle forme,
delle norme,
fell short,
mette hjort,
nelle forme,
sell short,
setae short,
st. clair shores,
st clair shores,
them forth,
where george,
where short


3 syllables:
expense borne,
jenny bourne,
better borne,
never borne,
pepper corn,
their corn,
therefore an,
therefore in,
therefore on,
therefore one,
agent or,
content or,
defense or,
heaven born,
henry bourne,
kenneth bourne,
percent or,
prevent or,
slender horns,
stephen bourne,
marcel carne,
olive thorne,
assess short,
hotel george,
possess short


4 syllables:
professor bourne


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