Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with foreword:

2 syllables:
or word,
board heard,
course heard,
court heard,
for third,
george heard,
north third,
or third,
for words,
for world,
form word,
more words,
or heard,
or words,
or world,
store words,
war world,
call bird,
song bird,
songs heard,
strong third,
taught third,
your word,
all heard,
all words,
board urged,
broad world,
coarse furred,
course served,
court termed,
court third,
court turned,
court urged,
courts heard,
crore worth,
cross words,
flawed world,
for birds,
for worse,
force served,
fought world,
george third,
george urged,
gorse bird,
half heard,
horse herds,
more learned,
more work,
or turned,
or work,
or worse,
scores earned,
shore birds,
short third,
small words,
small world,
sought words,
sought world,
store burned,
store served,
strong words,
strong world,
taught words,
thought words,
thought world,
war work,
war worn,
wrong words,
wrong world,
coarse words,
court world,
for the world

3 syllables:
before heard,
before words,
before world,
restore world,
along third,
among third,
because third,
among words,
among world,
because words,
because world,
before learned,
former had,
former head,
georgia heard,
order had,
recall words,
report turned,
report urged,
stories heard,
support third,
support turned

4 syllables:
reporter heard

6 syllables:
defamatory words,
explanatory words

Some other possibilities:

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See foreword used in context: 2 rhymes, several books and articles.

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