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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with immure:

2 syllables:
chris moore,
him here,
being poor,
in poor,
fish lure,
his poor,
his tour,
is poor,
piss poor,
this poor,
this tour,
were poor,
with poor,
being here,
in air,
in hair,
in here,
thin air,
thing here,
tin ear,
big air,
big hair,
click here,
did hear,
hear! hear,
hear, hear,
hear hear,
his air,
his ear,
his hair,
is here,
it here,
la tour,
mid air,
near here,
sit here,
smith there,
still air,
still hear,
still here,
this air,
this here,
were here,
were rare,
which air,
which here,
will hear,
will here,
with air,
with hair,
with here,
sling hook,
spring hook,
bid hook,
bill hook,
clip hook,
deryck cooke,
fish hook,
it took,
still look,
will look,
clare moore,
climb there,
climb where,
douglas moore,
graham moore,
him are,
him more,
him near,
him or,
him there,
him were,
him where,
is mere,
judge moore,
some poor,
though moore,
were mere,
with mere,
being lured,
in pure,
touching floor,
brick floor,
bridge floor,
drill floor,
him full,
him good,
him look,
his mood,
is pure,
its poor,
quick cures,
rig floor,
slick floor

3 syllables:
billy moore,
dickie moore,
alice moore,
allan moore,
bishop poore,
clear floor

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