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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mouse-ear:

2 syllables:
brought here,
cloud ear,
down here,
down near,
know there,
mouth there,
out here,
south there,
town near,
your ear,
house near,
house there,
house were,
mouse eared,
mouse ears,
mouse there,
mouse hare,
cows were,
bought there,
brought cheer,
brought near,
brought tears,
brought there,
brown deer,
brown there,
cloud there,
couch there,
crouch there,
crowd cheer,
crowd there,
crown there,
doubt there,
down there,
drought there,
found here,
four were,
four year,
grown there,
house if,
house in,
house is,
house it,
house sit,
mouse is,
ought there,
out there,
out were,
own dear,
own ears,
round here,
south were,
spouse is,
throughout there,
town were,
trout there,
vowed there,
wrought there,
your dear,
your ears,
your fear,
doubts there,
doubts were,
house years,
mouths there,
own sphere,
all here,
back here,
bat ear,
both here,
brown hair,
brown hare,
cock ear,
crop ear,
dog ear,
draw gear,
drop ear,
for here,
from ear,
from here


3 syllables:
about here,
enough there,
about there,
around here,
enough tears,
enough years,
flower there,
our dear,
our fear,
power there,
power were,
tower there,
arouse fears,
because here,
belong here,
enough share,
enough where


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