Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cultures:

2 syllables:
comme leurs,
tous les jours,
chaebol firms,
get hers,
quelques heures,
rural church,
rural firms,
rural girls,
rural terms,
sural nerves,
was hers,
belles heures,
comme toujours,
blood burns,
blood serves,
blood turns,
blood worms,
blunt terms,
but words,
chief church,
chief terms,
chief words,
crushed herbs,
cuss words,
dutch firms,
dutch girls,
dutch terms,
dutch words,
gödel, kurt,
gödel kurt,
judge burns,
judge serves,
judge turns,
ken burns,
quetzal bird,
rural birth,
rural third,
some birds,
some firms,
some girls,
some words,
stem turns,
stress curves,
stress terms,
struck spurs,
strung nerves,
such firms,
such terms,
such words,
sural nerve,
then turns,
tongue worms,
touches turns,
trust terms,
u.s. firms

3 syllables:
culture as,
culture has,
culture whose,
adult terms,
expel worms,
result turns,
structure as,
structure has,
structure whose,
color as,
color whose,
colour as,
culture knows,
culture phase,
culture shows,
culture these,
culture those,
culture was,
sculpture whose,
abrupt turns,
added terms,
added words,
allan burns,
become words,
cluster whose,
ended terms,
hunter whose,
number as,
number has,
number whose,
office firms,
office girls,
office terms,
product terms,
product turns,
under eyes,
under u.s.,
under whose,
unless firms,
unless words,
urban church,
urban firms,
urban girls,
urban terms

4 syllables:
conductor whose

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