Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with effort:

2 syllables:
fresh shirt,
cette perte,
check shirt,
dead cert,
hair shirt,
spare shirt,
sweat shirt,
terre verte,
bread first,
breath first,
chair first,
check first,
death first,
dressed first,
head first,
press first,
share first,
shell first,
sketch first,
spread first,
stressed first,
them first,
where first,
being hurt,
bush shirt,
can hurt,
get hurt,
it hurt,
was hurt,
were hurt,
will hurt,
claire heard,
yet heard,
deck curb,
fresh earth,
rare earth,
where earth,
a left,
are left,
chief first,
of left,
on left,
stiff shirt,
stuff first

3 syllables:
prefer it,
refer it,
better at,
better it,
error ought,
ever at,
ever it,
lesser height,
letter at,
letter height,
letter ought,
measure at,
measure eight,
measure height,
measure it,
measure ought,
measure out,
metre height,
never at,
never hurt,
never ought,
pleasure at,
pleasure it,
pleasure ought,
terror at,
whether at,
whether it,
access first,
addressed first,
ahead first,
assess first,
aware first,
express first,
hotel first,
possess first,
prefer light,
prefer not,
prefer that,
prefer white,
preferred debt,
preferred height,
progress first,
success first,
extra shirt,
professor earle,
extra first,
prefer to,
refer to,
refer to/,
suffer it,
access burst

4 syllables:
professor at,
together at,
together eight,
together ought,
whoever it

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