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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with field work:

2 syllables:
nietzsche werke,
fields worked,
steel works,
wheel worked,
wheel works,
deals worth,
deemed worth,
feels worse,
means works,
schemes worked,
seemed worse,
seemed worth,
shield fern,
teams worked,
weeks worked,
yield curve,
street works,
been worked,
bleach works,
brief works,
dream works,
greek works,
knee jerk,
league worked,
marine works,
meal worm,
piece works,
pious works,
routine works,
scene works,
scheme worked,
scheme works,
screen works,
sealed world,
siege works,
speech works,
steve worked,
stream works,
these works,
wheel worn,
yield per,
by works,
least worth,
my works,
roughly worked,
surely worked,
they worked,
three works


3 syllables:
ancient works,
entry clerk,
perceived worth,
received word,
complete works,
concrete works,
areas worked,
chinese worked,
chinese works,
college works,
featured works,
fourteen works,
healing works,
ideas worked,
machine worked,
machine works,
obscene works,
relief works,
repealed words,
revealed words,
supreme works,
village worked,
village works,
leader works,
reader works,
varied works


4 syllables:
completed works,
already worked,
already works


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