Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with denature:

8 letters:
up other,
can ever,
in other,
in upper,
in utter,
man ever

9 letters:
can offer,
ten other,
but other,
has other,
can cover,
man under,
men under,
run under,
can never,
man never,
men never

10 letters:
then other,
when other,
some major,
some other,
much other,
such other,
can afford,
can assert,
can suffer,
den mother,
done under,
gun runner,
la culture,
then under,
when under,
such major,
alma mater

11 letters:
chief usher,
terra mater,
blood other,
judge other,
rural upper,
suche other,
front upper,
slain under,
venus earth,
when mother,
when others,
drum majors,
schon immer,
urban upper,
added other,
arise other,
asset other,
excel other,
extra color,
extra cover,
allan mazur,
begun under,
money offer,
money other,
urban under,
added major,
allah never

12 letters:
tongue other,
ceara rubber,
stress other,
struck other,
u.s.a. other,
young mature,
convey other,
parent other,
then offered,
when offered,
become major,
become other,
advice other,
entice other,
extra butter,
extra colour,
office other,
opaque color,
uncle luther,
unless other,
alice nutter,
bunny hugger,
extent other,
extra number

13 letters:
touches other,
haida culture,
mayan culture,
become mature,
escuela libre,
opaque colour,
augment other,
l ron hubbard,
urban culture

14 letters:
youthful lover,
confront other,
l. ron hubbard,
afghan culture

15 letters:
sergeant tucker

Some other possibilities:

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