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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with burbot:

2 syllables:
her lot,
her not,
learn not,
serve hot,
her part,
bird shot,
earth art,
her lost,
her most,
her want,
stern heart,
term not,
third heart,
work not,
her art,
her heart,
blurt out,
burn out,
church at,
church hat,
church ought,
churn out,
clerk at,
curve at,
earn out,
earth at,
earth ought,
earth that,
earth thought,
girl at,
heard at,
heard aught,
heard out,
her fault,
her that,
her thought,
her what,
jurors ought,
learn at,
nurse ought,
search out,
serve at,
serve out,
term at,
turf out,
turn at,
turn out,
verse ought,
word at,
word out,
work at,
work out,
worm out,
worn at,
worn out,
worth at,
her god,
bird dog,
church are,
cur dog,
earth are,
earth hog,
girl whom,
her car,
her cause,
her dog,
her job,
her mom,
her watch,
her womb,
third are,
turn are,
word are,
work are,
church bought,
curb bit,
flour brought,
fur hat,
her at,
her hat,
her out


3 syllables:
fire pot,
flower pot,
our lot,
perverse heart,
power not,
reverse heart,
reverse shot,
expert at,
offer that,
offered at,
research at,
research ought,
return at,
return ought,
research are,
buyer bought,
derby hat,
offer at


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