Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dortmund:

2 syllables:
court judged,
court funds,
though stunned,
george loved,
score scaled,
short winged,
board funds,
court must,
jorge durand,
long tongued,
short shunt,
for blood,
horn bud,
more blood,
or blood,
paul strand,
short lunch,
source funds,
store blood,
thought loved,
court can,
court then,
court when,
courts on,
crore tonnes,
for funds,
fourth strand,
more funds,
north strand,
ports on,
short run,
short strand,
sought funds,
thought conveyed,
board signed,
broad trend,
court feared,
court filled,
courts erred,
heart loved,
or friend,
quant fund,
short beard,
short billed,
short legged,
soft finned,
strong trend,
court comes,
court eunuchs,
court on,
for man,
for men,
for ten,
force must,
form an,
form on,
fort on,
george monk,
more men

3 syllables:
report summed,
support funds,
export trend,
report signed,
absorb blood,
absorb funds,
before blood,
restore blood,
borne a hand,
gordon heard,
fortress and,
georgia and,
morgan had,
morgan heard,
reports on,
support blood,
support can,
support when,
torsion head,
transport blood,
accord signed,
report filled,
support shared,
before front,
before man,
before men,
bore a hand,
divorced man,
flora and,
foreign aid,
foreman named,
foremen and,
formal and,
format and,
forty men,
morton and,
normal and,
norman and,
norman lloyd

4 syllables:
aorta and,
enormous and

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