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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with massacre:

3 syllables:
class other,
class upper,
sap sucker,
at other,
at upper,
back cover,
black collar,
black color,
black colour,
black cover,
black other,
black upper,
cash offer,
catch other,
had other,
match other,
patted her,
shall offer,
shall utter,
staff offer,
staff other,
than other,
that offer,
that other,
track other,
what other,
at supper,
blacks suffer,
brass collar,
brass cover,
chance offer,
class mother,
class offered,
class offers,
class suburb,
class suffered,
class under,
gamma curve,
glass color,
glass cover,
glass cutter,
glass fibre,
glass under,
grasp other,
grass afford,
grass cover,
grass cutter,
grass under,
jason heard,
lacks other,
pass under,
passed other,
paths other,
sarah kirsch,
shall suffer,
takes other,
that summer,
sand sucker,
class header,
cross other,
house other,
though summer,
plans offer,
plans other,
shall hunger,
and offer,
and other,
and upper,
at a word,
at dover,
at major


4 syllables:
harass other,
surpass other,
attach other,
attack other,
combat other,
japan other,
myriad other,
advance other,
attacks other,
enhance other,
finance other,
harass others,
surpass others,
surpassed other,
classes occur,
jascha kessler,
masses occur,
arouse other,
compass error,
embrace other,
combat hunger,
abandon her,
adapt other,
allow other,
assam rubber,
assam under


5 syllables:
abraham tucker,
amasa walker,
abraham offered


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See massacre used in context: 37 rhymes, 6 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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