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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with misword:

2 syllables:
his sword,
gib board,
his board,
his lord,
is lord,
is scored,
is stored,
this board,
with sword,
being hauled,
stick called,
still longed,
trick called,
his hard,
is hard,
this hard,
this sort,
being bored,
bill board,
bridge ward,
chris called,
chris paused,
cliff formed,
dear lord,
ear bored,
his horn,
his horse,
his source,
im bored,
in lord,
is called,
paris called,
parish board,
ridge board,
rip cord,
spring board,
stiff board,
switch board,
thick board,
thick cords,
this horse,
this source,
which lord,
wiring board,
with lord,
being stored,
his or,
is formed,
is or,
its board,
paris formed,
paris or,
still stored,
string stored,
swift sword,
there stored,
this or,
were scored,
were stored,
with swords,
bliss and,
cheque card,
chris and,
him hard,
his and,
his hand,
in hard,
is and,
is housed,
is sound,
it hard,
kiss and,
paris and,
rag gourd,
scrub board,
swiss and,
this and,
this hand,
this sound,
touch a chord,
touched a chord,
were hard,
with hard,
brick court,
his aunt,
his soft,
is soft,
this salt,
being called,
big horn,
bitch called,
brick course,
bridge called,
cliff called,
clin north

3 syllables:
appear bored,
fiery sword,
extra board,
berlin called

Some other possibilities:

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