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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with denature:

3 syllables:
can offer,
ten other,
then other,
when other,
some major,
chief usher,
some other,
terra mater,
tongue other,
blood other,
but other,
ceara rubber,
has other,
judge other,
much other,
rural upper,
stress other,
struck other,
such other,
suche other,
touches other,
u.s.a. other,
up other,
youthful lover,
young mature,
can afford,
can assert,
can cover,
can suffer,
convey other,
den mother,
done under,
front upper,
gun runner,
haida culture,
la culture,
man under,
men under,
parent other,
run under,
sergeant tucker,
slain under,
then offered,
then under,
venus earth,
when mother,
when offered,
when others,
when under,
mayan culture,
can ever,
can never,
drum majors,
in other,
in upper,
in utter,
man ever,
man never,
men never,
schon immer,
such major

4 syllables:
become mature,
urban upper,
become major,
alma mater,
become other,
added other,
advice other,
arise other,
asset other,
entice other,
escuela libre,
excel other,
extra butter,
extra color,
extra colour,
extra cover,
office other,
opaque color,
opaque colour,
uncle luther,
unless other,
alice nutter,
allan mazur,
augment other,
begun under,
bunny hugger,
confront other,
extent other,
extra number,
l. ron hubbard,
l ron hubbard,
money offer,
money other,
urban under,
afghan culture,
urban culture,
added major,
allah never

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