Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with muscular:

3 syllables:
crust color,
musk clover,
thrust collar,
blood color,
blood colour,
brush color,
dove color,
snuff color,
snuff colour,
vat color,
stress greater,
twice greater,
was closer,
clung closer,
come closer,
dust cover,
dutch clover,
get closer,
loved color,
much closer,
must cover,
must suffer,
skull crusher,
trusts other,
youngest major,
youngest rover,
brush cover,
can cover,
clutch cover,
gem cutter,
must offer,
ruck rover,
rug cutter,
rust colored,
rust coloured,
shrub cover,
stress buffer,
stuck closer,
thrust collars,
trust culture,
trust other,
his collar,
this color,
has greater,
was greater,
blood culture,
blush colored,
buff colored,
buff coloured,
but greater,
colleagues offer

4 syllables:
adjust color,
urban squalor,
added color,
added colour,
dusky color,
dusky colour,
extra color,
extra colour,
office culture,
opaque color,
opaque colour,
unless greater,
accent color,
adult color,
become closer,
becomes paler,
orange color,
orange colour,
product color,
adjust colors,
adjust other,
algal cover,
alice nutter,
become paler,
conduct other,
precise color,
precise colour,
product offer,
product other,
russet color,
russet colour,
rusty color,
rusty colour,
unless major,
alice kessler,
assess color,
excess color,
arras culture,
added greater,
advice other,
afghan culture,
algal culture,
arise other,
become colored,
become greater,
butter color,
collar collar

5 syllables:
accurate color,
accurate colour

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