Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with usurped:

2 syllables:
bruce hurst,
proof first,
you first,
you worked,
choose first,
chou vert,
thou wert,
loose shirt,
loose skirt,
you hurt,
crews worked,
shoes first,
views first,
crude first,
freud first,
freud worked,
fruit first,
group first,
group worked,
prove first,
school first,
school worked,
shoot first,
truth burst,
truth first,
viewed first,
boone chert,
boots first,
choose search

3 syllables:
review first,
abuse first,
produce first,
reduce first,
abuse hurled,
acute herpes,
assume first,
balloon burst,
bedroom first,
buber wrote,
compute first,
cooler night,
cooper might,
cooper thought,
cooper wrote,
elute first,
fewer first,
future date,
future heart,
future light,
future might,
future right,
future that,
future thought,
future white,
hoover might,
hoover sought,
hoover thought,
hoover wrote,
humor might,
humor that,
lunar light,
lunar night,
pursued first,
refuge first,
remove first,
renewed burst,
review serves,
reviewed first,
ruler might,
rulers ought,
rumor that,
schooner yacht,
sooner caught,
sooner thought,
tuber root,
tuber weight,
tumor might,
tumor weight,
tutor might,
abuse heaped,
booster seat,
booster shot,
fewer heart,
fewer white

4 syllables:
producer might,
producer ought,
absolute first,
absolute worst,
computer hooked,
computer might,
computer right,
computer that,
consumer debt,
consumer might,
consumer right,
maneuver might,
computer at,
computer beeped,
consumer point,
diffuser throat

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Book See usurped used in context: 4 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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