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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with conform to:

2 syllables:
form no,
form no.,
form so,
form two,
corn row,
course no,
court shoe,
for flow,
for slow,
for two,
horse shoe,
or slow,
or throw,
or two,
war two,
bore no,
for no,
for now,
formed no,
formed one,
formed whose,
lord who,
more do,
more now,
nor do,
or do,
or no,
or now,
coarse stone,
for co,
for low,
for so,
for tho,
form shown,
forms one,
forms whose,
horse hoe,
more so,
nor so,
norms whose,
or co,
or go,
or low,
or so,
or stone,
storm showed,
claw toe,
court whose,
for how,
for who,
form one,
more who,
nor how,
or how,
or mode,
or who,
short one,
sport whose,
storm whose,
taught how,
thought how,
cross flow,
soft roe,
soft shoe,
long do,
all do,
all now,
bourne wrote,
corn rose,
court does,
courts do,
gone so


3 syllables:
before pharaoh,
before two,
report no,
report no.,
before now,
before so,
bezoar stone,
forget how,
perform those,
reform known,
reform shows,
reform those,
reforms whose,
transform those,
explore how,
reform whose,
report whose,
support hose,
support one,
support whole,
along two,
because two,
absorbed dose,
among so,
because no,
because now


4 syllables:
unciform bone,
reporter who


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