Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with skin color:

3 syllables:
in colour,
bring colour,
pink collar,
wing collar,
drill collar,
his collar,
stiff collar,
with colour,
brick colour,
in culture,
thick collar,
tick collar,
winged collar,
drink other,
spring cover,
think other,
wing cover,
dish cover,
gear cutter,
gill cover,
in major,
in summer,
lynne rudder,
pierre vilar,
print other,
signed upper,
since other,
since summer,
smith cover,
stiff cover,
still cover,
switch cover,
which cover,
will cover,
bring culture,
spring colors,
click other,
drill collars,
drip culture,
fish culture,
his culture,
in clover,
in commerce,
in other,
in upper,
in utter,
income per,
its colour,
pin clover,
prince dolor,
queer culture,
quick cover,
sinful earth,
smear culture,
stiff collars,
swiss culture,
switch colors,
thick cover,
thick upper,
this culture,
which culture,
with colored,
with coloured,
with culture,
arris gutter,
bring major,
bring mother,
bring thither,
brings other

4 syllables:
adding colour,
olive colour,
convince other,
virgin mother,
adding colors,
glowing colour,
showing colour,
admit colored,
appear colored,
appear coloured,
bluish colour,
clovis culture,
enrich other,
grayish colour,
greyish colour,
incur other,
inner cover,
lilac colour,
olive colored,
olive culture,
richer colour,
their colour,
transmit culture,
until culture,
veronis suhler,
adding butter,
adoring lover,
adoring mother,
asking mother,
benign ulcer,
clear colour

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