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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sense organ:

3 syllables:
dense portion,
end organs,
friend morgan,
scent organs,
sex organs,
hence foreign,
press organs,
therefore can,
fresh portion,
greg norman,
nelle morton,
press norman,
therefore when,
czech foreign,
french horsemen,
french portion,
fresh foreign,
friend gordon,
friend norman,
gets off on,
hedge foreign,
paired organs,
spence watson,
therefore an,
therefore on,
where foreign,
dense portions,
french foreign,
friend warren,
cousin morden,
glenn martin,
inform on,
judge morgan,
tense action

4 syllables:
janet morgan,
michele morgan,
complex organs,
expense portion,
defense foreign,
dennis morgan,
possess organs,
spencer morgan,
excess portion,
hotel doorman,
percent argon,
access foreign,
address portion,
any portion,
benny morton,
content portion,
convex portion,
excess foreign,
express foreign,
henny porten,
jerry morgan,
peder borgen,
penny jordan,
percent portion,
perfect organs,
repel foreign,
unfair foreign,
excess argon,
address foreign,
agent orange,
any foreign,
complex foreign,
denis forman,
denser portion,
ellen morgan,
henry morgan,
kenneth morgan,
kevin morgan,
percent foreign,
prevent foreign,
recent foreign,
alain corbin,
alice morgan,
commence action,
defense action,
uncle morgan,
urban portion,
aerosol can,
prevents foreign,
recent balkan,
sensing organs

5 syllables:
reverend morgan,
professor morgan,
reverend gordon,
reverend norman,
professor orton,
prehensile organs,
sensory organs

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