Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with beleaguered:

2 syllables:
bee bird,
beef herd,
been heard,
by third,
by word,
key word,
my third,
my word,
queen heard,
speech heard,
steve heard,
street heard,
theme heard,
thy word,
very word,
league urged,
surely heard,
they heard,
bean curd,
greek word,
speaker urged,
been urged,
brief third,
by birds,
by words,
by world,
each word,
feels heard,
fleet turned,
free world,
keep word,
key words,
leader urged,
least heard,
lousy world,
my girl,
my words,
my world,
peter urged,
reach third,
roughly turned,
screech bird,
sheep herds,
sheet turned,
steal third,
street turned,
surely learned,
surely served,
they burned,
they learned,
they served,
they turned,
three birds,
three learned,
three turned,
three words,
three world,
very learned,
very words,
weet bird,
league turned,
league world,
surely earned,
they earned,
they urged,
been hurt

3 syllables:
appeal heard,
entry word,
ideas heard,
on my word,
appeals heard,
brian heard,
college third,
degree words,
degrees earned,
either had,
either heard,
entry words,
friar bird,
icy pearled,
leader had,
louis heard,
machine word,
neither had,
neither heard,
peter had,
peter heard,
receive third,
retreat turned,
sea bird,
teacher had,
teacher heard,
unfree world,
degree earned,
eager and,
ne'er heard,
degree curve,
entry keyers

4 syllables:
pharisees heard,
already heard

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