Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with framework:

2 syllables:
both work,
clock work,
hot work,
job work,
not work,
farm work,
john burke,
log perch,
square perch,
stock clerk,
art work,
both works,
clock works,
coll. works,
hard work,
most work,
not worked,
part work,
scott worked,
start work,
charm worked,
crown work,
drawn work,
own work,
than work,
all work,
class work,
for work,
gatch work,
more work,
or work,
shall work,
strap work,
that work,
war work,
what work,
your work,
giant perch,
arleigh burke,
cause worse,
cause worth,
far worse,
from birth,
from church,
from third,
got worse,
not worn,
not worse,
not worth,
stock clerks,
stock worth,
stop word,
watch worth,
frame work,
him work,
same work,
some work,
team work,
them work,
time work,
bronze works,
france worked,
month worked,
art works,
clark worked,
from earth,
from hers,
from world,
garde works,
heart works,
large works

3 syllables:
drama works,
volume work,
about work,
dupont merck,
johnny burke,
charter oak,
father burke,
madame berthe,
passage worth,
rocky perch,
cotton works,
donkey work,
often work,
only work,
response works,
copper works,
father worked,
father works,
females worked,
grotto work

4 syllables:
another work,
o'hara burke,
piano works,
canada works,
picasso worked

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