Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with forboden:

3 syllables:
doors open,
for motion,
gauge boson,
north ocean,
or motion,
storm motion,
court holden,
door open,
for open,
george bowman,
george holden,
more open,
or broken,
or open,
or roman,
though roman,
george bowen,
though spoken,
broad notion,
broad woven,
cross motion,
fault motion,
small motion,
small roman,
small token,
strong motion,
strong notion,
strong roman,
though broken,
though frozen,
wrong notion,
more potent,
for poland,
george holton,
or spoken,
all open,
board opened,
broad golden,
broad ocean,
course opened,
course opens,
court opened,
court opens,
doors opened,
fall open,
force motion,
force opened,
forth motion,
gauge bosons,
george cohen,
george colman,
george homans,
george logan,
george olsen,
george opened,
george rosen,
north logan,
or frozen,
short motion,
small broken,
small golden,
small open,
small rodent,
source motion,
store frozen,
stores opened,
george bolton,
door opened,
door opens,
doors broken,
north broken,
short broken,
short golden

4 syllables:
restore motion,
before roman,
restore broken,
restore roman,
warner bowden,
along roman,
among roman,
because motion,
because roman,
before spoken,
restore poland,
along ocean,
among broken,
corey rosen,
record token,
report opened,
report opens,
resort opened,
roaring ocean,
stormy ocean,
story woven,
support motion,
warmer ocean,
absorb photons,
absorbed photon

5 syllables:
priori notion,
laura bowman

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