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

3 syllables:
czech foreign,
sense organs,
greg norman,
press organs,
therefore can,
fresh portion,
nelle morton,
press norman,
therefore when,
check sources,
dense portion,
end organs,
fresh foreign,
friend morgan,
gets off on,
hedge foreign,
paired organs,
scent organs,
therefore an,
therefore on,
where foreign,
hence foreign,
sense foreign,
brick georgian,
judge morgan,
thick portion,
ex warrant,
gregg allman

4 syllables:
complex organs,
janet morgan,
michele morgan,
convex portion,
perfect organs,
complex foreign,
possess organs,
excess portion,
hotel doorman,
access foreign,
address portion,
apex of the sun,
complex sources,
excess foreign,
expense portion,
express foreign,
jerry morgan,
peder borgen,
repel foreign,
select portion,
unfair foreign,
excess argon,
address foreign,
affect foreign,
collect foreign,
defense foreign,
dennis morgan,
detect foreign,
dexter horton,
direct foreign,
expect foreign,
perfect torrent,
protect foreign,
reject foreign,
respect foreign,
select foreign,
spencer morgan,
subject foreign,
tekko roren,
alice morgan,
complex action,
complex anion,
opaque portion,
percent argon,
reflex action,
uncle morgan,
aerosol can,
affects foreign,
apex of lung,
subjects foreign

5 syllables:
professor morgan,
reverend morgan,
effector organs,
professor orton

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