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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with free port:

2 syllables:
by court,
by short,
dewey court,
dewey short,
greek court,
my short,
three short,
very short,
three ports,
dry salt,
they talked,
they walked,
three walked,
very soft,
by part,
key part,
my part,
see part,
sheep heart,
sleep heart,
beauty caught,
by courts,
by forced,
by thought,
dewey sought,
dewey thought,
dry quart,
greek courts,
green court,
keith thought,
leave court,
leave short,
marine court,
my aunt,
my fault,
my thought,
peace court,
peace sought,
peine forte,
pleas court,
preme court,
reach court,
reine morte,
roughly coursed,
speech short,
street court,
surely thought,
teeth short,
these short,
they caught,
they forced,
they fought,
they sought,
they taught,
they thought,
three courts,
three forts,
three sorts,
very thought,
cheap whore,
clean sport,
deep or,
deep thought,
greek ports,
sheep or,
sleep or,
steam ports,
steep fault,
team sport,
these ports,
tweed sport


3 syllables:
degree short,
entry court,
entry ports,
on my part,
achieve short,
appeal court,
chinese court,
chinese short,
chinese sought,
college court,
complete short,
decree sought,
entry porch,
expressly sought,
expressly taught,
extreme short,
fourteen short,
receive short,
supream court,
supreme court,
supreme court.1,
supreme court.2,
supreme court.3,
chinese ports,
chinese sports,
college sport,
extreme sport,
vena portae


4 syllables:
transferee court


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