Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dangers:

2 syllables:
strange herbs,
eight jurors,
plague germs,
plain sherds,
brain learns,
brain serves,
brain turns,
chain serves,
claim terms,
claim turns,
flame burns,
frame serves,
frame words,
game birds,
grain flours,
plain girls,
plain terms,
plain words,
plane curves,
plane turns,
same terms,
same words,
strain curves,
strain terms,
strange earth,
train girls,
based terms,
brake ferns,
brave girls,
brave words,
cage birds,
chase birds,
chase girls,
eight birds,
eight crores,
eight firms,
eight girls,
eight words,
eighth nerves,
faith turns,
frayed nerves,
grade girls,
grade words,
grave words,
have words,
male ferns,
phase birds,
phase curves,
phase serves,
phase terms,
phrase serves,
place turns,
place verbs,
place words,
plate serves

3 syllables:
avait toujours,
stranger whose,
contain germs,
female jurors,
danger as,
granger cause,
stranger was,
chamber whose,
contain terms,
contain verbs,
contain words,
domain terms,
explain terms,
explain words,
obtain curves,
obtain terms,
painter whose,
always serves,
always turns,
concave curves,
create curves,
create words,
detail serves,
estate firms,
female birds,
female terms,
female worms,
frigate birds,
replace words,
retail firms,
savior whose

4 syllables:
uncertain terms,
uncertain words,
behavior as,
behavior has,
behavior whose,
japanese firms,
japanese girls,
japanese terms,
japanese verbs,
japanese words,
javanese words,
latinate words,
predicate verbs,
predicate words

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Book See dangers used in context: 86 rhymes, 19 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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