Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with calibre:

3 syllables:
shall offer,
shall utter,
shall abjure,
at upper,
black upper,
class upper,
at other,
back cover,
black collar,
black color,
black colour,
black cover,
black other,
cash offer,
catch other,
class other,
had other,
match other,
patted her,
staff offer,
staff other,
than other,
that offer,
that other,
track other,
what other,
black rubber,
class suburb,
fallen earth,
glass fibre,
had a bird,
jacob heard,
scrap rubber,
shall adjourn,
shall affirm,
shall afford,
shall assert,
shall cover,
shall defer,
shall deter,
shall enure,
shall hunger,
shall mature,
shall suffer,
shall under,
that luther,
champ libre,
land lubber,
scrap lumber,
shall number,
shall observe,
small upper,
all other,
calling her,
or rubber,
paula scher,
shall ever,
shall linger,
though luther,
and upper,
at supper,
and offer,
and other,
at a word,
at dover,
at major,
at mother,
at others

4 syllables:
attach other,
attack other,
combat other,
harass other,
japan other,
myriad other,
surpass other,
shallow upper,
allow other,
assam rubber,
balla hissar,
rally other,
value other,
abbey lubber,
enough rubber,
recall other,
backup power,
exact upper,
abandon her,
adapt other,
advance other,
assam under,
attach under,
attack others,
attack under,
attacked other

5 syllables:
really offer,
really other,
havana libre,
montana power,
abraham offered,
abraham tucker

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