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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with in force:

2 syllables:
scinde horse,
winged horse,
being false,
bring false,
spring source,
string course,
string source,
thing false,
bridge course,
fifth horse,
freer course,
gift horse,
his corps,
his course,
is false,
its source,
lxxxiv corps,
quick source,
rich source,
shinned hawks,
sill course,
sized horse,
split course,
stiff course,
swift horse,
this course,
this false,
were false,
which course,
winged hawks,
with coarse,
with false,
year course,
being forced,
brick course,
fill horse,
his horse,
his source,
is forced,
it forced,
ninth corps,
pitch forks,
print source,
quick course,
rear horse,
spin offs,
stick horse,
still forced,
there forced,
thick coarse,
this horse,
this source,
were forced,
which forced,
with horse,
bring thoughts,
in. for,
sin for,
skin for,
swing thoughts,
win for,
brick walks,
his thoughts,
paris talks,
queer thoughts,
quick thoughts,
smith talks,
still talks,
still walks,
there walks,
french horse,
being coerced,
bring forth,
firing ports,
him forth


3 syllables:
benign course,
appear coarse,
appear false,
berlin talks,
career course,
submit false,
appear forced,
inner course,
inner source,
linux source,
pinto horse,
until forced,
winning horse,
inform his,
inform us,
ion source,
drawing course,
drawing false,
flowing source,
flying corps,
flying course,
growing corps,
growing source


4 syllables:
decaying corpse,
offering false


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