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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cockchafer:

3 syllables:
block later,
clock maker,
flock paper,
stock later,
stock paper,
stock raiser,
stock taker,
block layer,
lock chamber,
rock layer,
shock layer,
bog paper,
barbe baker,
car maker,
cause danger,
cause labor,
cause later,
cause paper,
from danger,
from labor,
from later,
hoppe seyler,
john taylor,
not favor,
not later,
poll taker,
prof. paper,
prof. taylor,
scott baker,
scott later,
scott paper,
square paper,
tar paper,
watch maker,
watch paper,
yvonne rainer,
baal hazor,
block trader,
blocks later,
clark later,
clock makers,
cocke papers,
john mayer,
locke papers,
locked laser,
naacp papers,
scott taylor,
square chamber,
star chamber,
starch paper,
stock raisers,
stock trader,
stock trailer,
top layer,
locked layer,
rock layers,
spark chamber,
alk. paper,
back later,
black labor,
black paper,
black racer,
black sailor,
clock timer,
cloud chaser,
cock fighter,
glass wafer,
hawke labor,
slack labor,
tap changer,
thought safer,
track labor,
argue later,
charge later,
harsh labor,
large labor,
large paper


4 syllables:
algaas laser,
horace taylor,
passage later,
algaas layer,
occur later,
remark later,
dual layer,
madame mayer,
attack later,
roger baker,
roger taylor,
soggy paper


5 syllables:
semilog paper,
osaka chamber,
chicago labor,
chicago later,
chicago paper



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