Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with majored:

6 letters:
u turn

8 letters:
bug word,
get word,
is heard,
can hurt,
get hurt,
was hurt,
can earn,
get hers,
la verne,
was hers,
sea bird

9 letters:
has heard,
was heard,
buzz word,
cuss word,
love bird,
plum bird,
puff bird,
some word,
was urged,
when word,
yet heard,
as judged,
judge had,
other had,
major and

10 letters:
scrub bird,
but turned,
has earned,
just heard,
some third,
young bird,
were heard,
with third,
are judged,
sedge bird,
luther had,
mother had,
major mode,
eva perĂ³n,
extra work

11 letters:
judge heard,
chief heard,
terra verde,
twice heard,
rural third,
young third,
being heard,
chris heard,
paris heard,
smith heard,
still heard,
there heard,
thing heard,
terra firme,
upper earth,
young earth,
alice heard,
uncle heard,
brian heard,
brother had,
cutter head,
extra words,
fully heard,
major heads,
major third,
orange bird,
extra shirt,
extra verse,
emily heard,
officer had

12 letters:
douglas hurd,
luther urged,
mother urged,
quetzal bird,
twice served,
judge turned,
claire heard,
dutch church,
bharat earth,
mother earth,
struck earth,
office heard,
luther heard,
mother heard,
office urged,
unless urged,
judges heard

13 letters:
mother earned,
tongue furred,
judge learned,
touch a nerve,
touches earth,
become merged,
brother heard,
office served,
office search,
officer heard

15 letters:
touched a nerve

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