Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with orphans:

2 syllables:
crore tonnes,
for funds,
more funds,
score comes,
store comes,
small ones,
board as,
board has,
born as,
course as,
course has,
court as,
court has,
cross funds,
door was,
for gas,
for was,
force as,
force has,
form as,
form has,
forth as,
horse as,
horse has,
lord as,
lord has,
more was,
nor was,
north as,
or gas,
or was,
ore was,
score was,
shore was,
short as,
sought funds,
source as,
source has,
store was,
stored as,
war gas,
war was,
warm as,
york as,
york has,
all comes,
board funds,
broad thumbs,
claus comes,
clause comes,
court funds,
cross comes,
door as,
drawn combs,
for as,
for fun,
for u.s.,
half as,
more as,
more fun,
more has,
nor as,
nor has,
or as,
or has,
or u.s.,
sauce comes,
small sums,
source funds,
strong lungs,
thought comes,
war as

3 syllables:
orphan whose,
among funds,
because funds,
before was,
foreman knows,
foreman whose,
organ whose,
perform as,
portion whose,
record as,
record has,
reform as,
reform has,
report as,
report has,
support as,
support has,
withdrawn funds,
withdraws funds,
absorb funds,
along comes,
before as,
foreign news,
orphan homes,
support funds

4 syllables:
proportion as,
proportion whose

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