Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lawrence:

2 syllables:
for ice,
for us,
or ice,
tore ass,
aw shucks,
call ups,
toss ups,
call us,
half ass,
haul ass,
taught us,
warm ups,
bore on,
door on,
for an,
for on,
for thus,
force us,
more an,
more on,
nor an,
nor on,
or an,
or on,
or run,
saw us,
score on,
store on,
though parents,
torn ass,
war on,
warn us,
cross since,
for ex,
for its,
nor its,
or else,
or ex,
or its,
saw sense,
though since,
small lumps,
small pulse,
strong hunch,
strong pulse,
bore his,
core is,
corps since,
course since,
door is

3 syllables:
before us,
foreign house,
warren house,
among us,
augen gneiss,
caution is,
chawton house,
laurel house,
moral is,
trauma nurse,
before an,
before on,
borden house,
foreign knights,
foreign notes,
foreign off1ce,
foreign voice,
georgian house,
gordon house,
horton house,
jordan house,
lowry assay,
morgan house,
morton house,
norman house,
norton house,
organ is,
orphan house,
orphan niece,
portion is,
support us,
torah is,
transport assay,
warrant is,
warren chase,
warren notes,
before its,
all a case,
wallace house,
before his,
before since,
divorce since,
favour since

4 syllables:
forgotten his,
abortion is,
korean house,
proportion is,
opossum mouse

5 syllables:
contadora peace,
victorian house

Some other possibilities:

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