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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fortune:

2 syllables:
or soon,
half moon,
born june,
george boone,
or choose,
court tomb,
for jews,
call the tune,
core tool,
for food,
for fuel,
for loop,
for news,
for use,
fore boot,
fore tooth,
half moons,
more food,
more fool,
more use,
or food,
or loose,
or move,
or soul,
or use,
sauce spooned,
small spoon,
door chain,
store chain,
george newnes,
more room,
war room,
course choose,
for few,
for new,
for thou,
for too,
for you,
law rule,
more new,
more you,
nor too,
or due,
or new,
or root,
or rule,
or too,
or you,
squaw root,
cause shewn,
from june,
at noon,
back soon,
from noon,
had soon,
mock moon,
not soon,
out soon,
pat boone,
sand dune,
shall soon,
sprat loon,
that soon,
all jews,
ball room,
small room,
straw broom,
strong room,
strong shoes,
wrong shoes


3 syllables:
favour shewn,
before noon,
auto tune,
before use,
before you,
explore new,
lorna doone,
quarter moon,
about noon,
among jews


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