Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with foreswear:

2 syllables:
corps where,
course where,
force where,
horse where,
source where,
cores where,
doors where,
pores where,
scores where,
shores where,
stores where,
yours where,
board where,
course share,
court where,
fjord where,
force share,
forced air,
forge where,
form where,
forth where,
george where,
gorge where,
morgue where,
north where,
porch where,
short where,
sport where,
stored where,
storm where,
sword where,
talks where,
thoughts where,
walks where,
coarse wares,
courts where,
cross where,
for wear,
for where,
forts where,
or where,
ports where,
score where,
shore where,
sorts where,
sports where,
store where,
balls where,
calls where,
falls where,
halls where,
lawns where,
songs where,
stalls where,
walls where,
board chair,
broad stair,
called where,
crossed where,
fourth chair,
fourth share,
gone spare,
haunt where,
paused where,
walked where,
corps were,
course were,
force were,
boards where,
clause where,
forms where,
lords where,
norms where,
pause where

3 syllables:
divorce where,
record where,
reform where,
report where,
resort where,
support where,
transform where,
transport where,
before where,
enforced where,
explore where,
exports where,
foresee where,
lahore where,
reports where,
resorts where,
supports where,
warsaw where,
belongs where,
belonged where,
export share,
kiosk where,
recalled where,
because where,
quarries where,
records where

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