Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with barrymore:

3 syllables:
any more,
marie laure,
married or,
series or,
barry morse,
henry more,
any war,
denied or,
eddie shore,
heavy for,
jerry north,
any or,
carry forth,
carry short,
dairy board,
dairy store,
deny or,
fairy court,
ferry porsche,
heavy or,
married for,
marry george,
merely for,
prairie gourd,
series for,
sperry corp.,
weary course,
garry horse,
henry morse,
weary horse,
carry your,
series are,
engine or,
heavy north,
any course,
any court,
any force,
any form,
any port,
any sort,
any source,
barry thought,
belly board,
belly pork,
berry sauce,
betty ford,
carey thought,
cherry sauce,
cherry thought,
delhi court,
eddie george,
gerry thought,
hairy ball,
heavy board,
heavy chores,
heavy course,
heavy doors,
heavy force,
heavy short

4 syllables:
library for,
library or,
primary or,
library north,
binary form,
binary source,
library board,
library course,
library doors,
library source,
plenary court,
primary course,
primary court,
primary force,
primary source,
primary store,
serious or,
thereof for,
thereof or,
anyone or,
agencies or,
binary thought,
every door,
every shore

5 syllables:
necessary nor,
necessary chore,
necessary for,
necessary or,
commissary court,
commissary store,
necessary chores,
necessary course,
necessary court,
necessary force,
necessary short,
necessary source,
necessary torque,
scenario for,
commentaries of

6 syllables:
necessarily more

Some other possibilities:

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