Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with stegosaur:

3 syllables:
arena for,
credit or,
della torre,
heaven or,
level or,
merit or,
metal or,
serum or,
seven or,
special or,
vessel or,
began for,
essence or,
merits or,
presence or,
tea for,
zealous for,
tea or,
device or,
check before,
deccan horse,
levels or,
methods or,
section or,
sketches for,
vessels or,
wreck before,
aegis of,
air assault,
air before,
bread before,
breath before,
breathe before,
care reform,
chair before,
chairman or,
credit for,
dead before,
death aboard,
death before,
della corte,
della morte,
dread before,
dressed before,
fell before,
flesh before,
fresh assault,
fresh before,
glare before,
guess before,
head before,
headed for,
headed horse

4 syllables:
depression or,
develop or,
dilemma for,
expression or,
possession or,
profession or,
serious or,
religious or,
affection or,
collection or,
connection or,
direction or,
elected or,
election or,
expected or,
protection or,
reflection or,
rejected or,
selection or,
topeka board,
accepted or,
access before,
access support,
addressed before,
agenda for,
ahead before,
allaire report,
arrested or,
assess before,
assess support,
attention or,
attention whore,
aware before,
convention or,
develop more,
developed or,
editor or,
enemy or,
excess before,
express before,
express support,
expression for,
extension or,
federal or,
gazette before,
general or

5 syllables:
cigarette before

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