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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bird louse:

2 syllables:
her blouse,
burleigh house,
third house,
burned house,
burnt house,
church mouse,
first house,
her spouse,
hermes house,
world house,
younger spouse,
birth house,
church house,
earth house,
heard shouts,
turf house,
work house,
couture house,
glessner house,
her house,
her class,
her glass,
younger class,
heard your,
third south,
words ought,
words out,
dlur dlus,
fer de lance,
fleur de lis,
fleur de luce,
heard glass,
her loss,
third class,
third glass,
word class,
heard out,
her down

3 syllables:
accursed house,
burghley house,
churchill house,
earthly house,
journal house,
obscure house,
purple house,
research house,
woburn house,
astor house,
birla house,
cluttered house,
early house,
flowered blouse,
hired house,
howard house,
shattered house,
shuttered house,
sturdy house,
liqueur glass,
certain house,
merton house,
burford house,
burnet house,
burning house,
circuit house,
current house,
durham house,
early mouse,
earthen house,
german house,
irving house,
lurking house,
payor spouse,
prior spouse,
service house,
sherman house,
sterling house,
turbine house,
turkish house,
vernon house,
working house,
deferred class,
dirty house,
murti house,
surratt house,
baroque house,
battered spouse,
clergy house,
derby house,
herndon house,
jersey house,
mercer house,
perry house

4 syllables:
commercial house,
paternal house,
converted house,
confirming house,
suburban house,
berkeley house,
powerful house

5 syllables:
entrepreneur class

Some other possibilities:

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