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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with menorah:

2 syllables:
con a,
de una,
man u,
na na,
non a,
non u


3 syllables:
can arise,
runner up,
summer on,
brother as,
brother has,
bugger up,
butter up,
clutter up,
color as,
color on,
color up,
colour as,
colour on,
cover an,
cover as,
cover ass,
cover on,
cover up,
major u.s.,
mother as,
mother has,
mother hen,
mother on,
other an,
other as,
other has,
other on,
other u.s.,
other up,
pucker up,
putter on,
suffer as,
terra ferma,
terra firma,
terra jirma,
confer on,
front turret,
gun turret,
runner duck,
runners up,
under an,
under u.s.,
van der hum,
letter a,
the letter a,
bien hoa,
dinner on,
en una,
ginger up,
ir a,
la niña,
la ni�a,
commerce as,
judge murtagh,
number as,
number has,
number on,
summer duck,
summer sun,
summer was,
summer when,
young urban,
baruch hirson,
brother chief,
brother judge,
brother was,
brother young,
bus service,
butter fudge,
butter nut,
butters up,
chief urban,
color was,
colors on,
colour was,
cover such,
cover ups,
cover was,
covered ass,
covered on,
covered up,
covers an,
covers ass,
covers up,
crusher run


4 syllables:
officer as,
officer has,
officer on,
urban urban,
professor a.,
become urban,
conger sea,
latimer hugh,
advice service


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