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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with convenor:

3 syllables:
convey other,
gun runner,
rum runner,
can cover,
can suffer,
chief gunner,
den mother,
drug runner,
front upper,
parent other,
sergeant tucker,
when mother,
can offer,
crunch under,
front gunner,
front runner,
front under,
junta under,
lunch under,
parent under,
plunge under,
sergeant under,
sponge under,
strand under,
ten other,
then other,
tions under,
when other,
young summer,
conveyed under,
crumb rubber,
done under,
gem cutter,
lung butter,
man under,
men under,
run under,
slain under,
then under,
throve under,
trump other,
when under,
young lover,
young luther,
young major,
young mature,
young mother,
blood buffer,
blood color,
blood colour,
blood mother,
blood sucker,
brush color,
brush cover,
but mother,
chub sucker,
clubs offer,
clutch cover,
dove color,
drugs offer,
drugs other,
dutch lover,
dutch mother,
judge luther,
judge tucker,
judged other,
loved other,
loves other,
must offer


4 syllables:
allan mazur,
augment other,
confront other,
extent other,
afghans under,
assent under,
enthroned under,
entrance under,
extent under,
ireland under,
orange under,
refund under,
runner runner,
urban upper,
become paler,
becomes other,
begun under,
urban under,
acids other,
added butter,
added color,
added colour,
added major,
adjust other,
adult other,
algal cover,
alice nutter,
beloved other,
conduct other,
consult other,
irate mother


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