Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ripcord:

2 syllables:
is scored,
strip called,
being bored,
being called,
big board,
bill board,
bitch called,
bridge called,
bridge ward,
chris called,
cliff called,
cousin called,
dear lord,
drink called,
ear bored,
here called,
his board,
his lord,
if called,
im bored,
in lord,
is called,
is lord,
is stored,
it called,
mitch called,
paris called,
parish board,
parish called,
pierre called,
quinn called,
ridge board,
ridge called,
schmidt called,
singh called,
skill called,
smith called,
sphere called,
spring board,
spring called,
stiff board,
still called,
string called,
switch board,
switch called,
there called,
thick board,
thing called,
this board,
were called,
which called,
which lord,
wiring board,
witch called,
with lord,
with sword,
gib board,
chips called,
his sword,
ninth chord,
script called,
ships called,
stick called,
string chords,
strips called,
trick called,
were scored,
thick cords,
chris paused,
it dawned,
smith paused,
there dawned,
thick walled,
his card,
id card,
pull cord,
scirrhous cord,
sim card,
this card,
bring court,
ch'ing court,
his court,
in court,
lisle court,
paris court,
parish court,
smith court,
swiss court,
this court

3 syllables:
appear bored,
berlin called,
resin called,
until called,
skipper called,
touching a chord,
ripping cord,
success scored,
berlin court,
bitter gourd

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