Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bear down:

2 syllables:
left town,
czech crown,
where towns,
air bound,
blair brown,
blair found,
claire found,
clare found,
hair brown,
share count,
shared house,
shared out,
stared out,
where brown,
where count,
where doubt,
where found,
where grown,
where sound,
chair round,
glared round,
stared round,
wear round,
care than,
delle donne,
fair lawn,
pulled downe,
were sown,
where john,
bears out,
bread round,
breath sound,
cd4 cell count,
cell count,
czech crowns,
death count,
death found,
death wound,
dread sound,
egg bound,
flesh round,
flesh wound,
fresh brown,
fresh mound,
fresh mount,
fresh round,
fresh sound,
fresh wound,
friend ought,
glenn brown,
head count,
heath found,
hedge round,
held out,
press found,
press round,
pressure round,
send out,
share your,
shell crown,
shell found,
shell mound,
shell wound,
shelled out,
spell bound,
spelled out,
spread round,
swears out,
them round,
thread count,
thread round,
thread wound,
wear your,
wears out,
well bound,
well found,
where south,
where your,
wreath round,
wreck found,
yet found,
air drawn,
chair drawn

3 syllables:
their town,
kerry downes,
their own,
any town,
subject towns,
complex sound,
express doubt,
janet brown,
janet browne,
janet found,
michelle brown,
progress found,
progress round,
success found,
compared and

4 syllables:
of their own,
satellite town

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