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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with traversed:

2 syllables:
at erst,
laugh burst,
laugh first,
staff first,
abbe ernst,
black first,
class first,
crack first,
glass first,
had burst,
had first,
had hurt,
match first,
shall burst,
shall first,
shall thirst,
stack first,
than first,
that first,
that hurt,
track first,
cap vert,
valve first,
though first,
class worked,
had learnt,
had worked


3 syllables:
enough versed,
attack first,
fannie hurst,
fanny hurst,
japan first,
latter sought,
matter sought,
nature sought,
now at erst,
patty hearst,
rather sought,
sadder sight,
scatter site,
traverse right,
enough first,
hammers out,
matters at,
matters ought,
aller werte,
anger might,
anger that,
asher wright,
bladder nut,
bladder wort,
caffer cat,
cather wrote,
gather light,
gather that,
gathered at,
hacker might,
hammered out,
japan worked,
ladder might,
latter bought,
latter caught,
latter fault,
latter fought,
latter hoped,
latter light,
latter might,
latter right,
latter taught,
latter that,
latter thought,
latter weight,
latter wrote,
laughter caught,
laughter might,
laughter that,
manner might,
manner not,
manner taught,
manner that,
manor might,
mather wrote,
matter but,
matter might,
matter not,
matter right,
matter taught,
matter that,
matter thought,
matter weight,
matter what,
matter white,
nacre white,
nasser might,
nature but,
nature might


4 syllables:
abraham first,
attacker might


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