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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cohort:

2 syllables:
eau forte,
go short,
how short,
no court,
no sort,
so short,
to court,
to fort,
to port,
to short,
to sort,
two port,
two short,
so soft,
who talked,
who walked,
broke short,
chloe thought,
do naught,
grows short,
home court,
home port,
hove short,
known short,
knows aught,
no fault,
no thought,
now thought,
oak wart,
one court,
one short,
one sort,
showed short,
shows short,
smoke caught,
stone court,
those short,
to halt,
to haunt,
to thwart,
two sorts,
who fought,
who sought,
who taught,
who thought,
whole court,
whose court,
whose short,
wrote short,
broke heart,
flow chart,
folk art,
go cart,
go kart,
known heart,
lose heart,
no part,
now part,
one heart,
slowed heart,
slows heart,
stole heart,
stone heart,
to part,
two part,
whole heart,
whose heart,
go board,
now lord,
to board,
to lord,
to ward,
whole horde,
yolk cord,
blow torch,
coach horse,
could daunt,
crow corn,
flown north,
go forth,
go north,
known horse,
known north,
low born,
no force,
no form,
no source,
now form

3 syllables:
chateau fort,
above court,
above short,
borough court,
go for it,
lower court,
lower short,
promote short,
above heart,
approach chart,
employ short,
promote heart

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