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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with addorsed:

2 syllables:
had forced,
that forced,
back court,
and forced,
rat arsed,
though forced,
had launched,
shall haunt,
crowd forced,
at court,
at fort,
at port,
at short,
flat wart,
that court,
that horse,
that port,
that short,
that sort,
what sort,
black horse,
class sought,
class source,
class sport,
crack corps,
grand aunt,
grass court,
grass short,
had talked,
had walked,
pack horse,
t'ang court,
track crossed,
had asked,
and short,
grand court,
grand horse,
graph formed,
had caught,
had crossed,
had fought,
had sought,
had taught,
had thought,
hands forced,
land court,
planned short,
staff formed,
stag horned,
tankred dorst


3 syllables:
attack forced,
japan forced,
labour sought,
black or white,
had off pat,
labour might,
labour that,
latter forced,
ashore at,
ashore first,
attack caught,
attack corps,
attacks forced,
cavour wrote,
labour at,
labour based,
labour first,
labour ought,
labour right,
labour seats,
manner forced,
nature forced,
rather forced,
at all right,
scattered short


4 syllables:
really forced


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