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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with messieurs:

3 syllables:
dairy herds,
death eaters,
flesh eaters,
heavy eaters,
jessie heard,
where readers,
guest teachers,
press features,
carry earth,
dairy herd,
eddie heard,
heavy earth,
jenny heard,
jerry heard,
kelly heard,
marie heard,
weary earth,
fussy eaters,
any terms,
any words,
betsy hearne,
carry germs,
carry her,
check features,
czech leaders,
dairy firms,
faire leaders,
fresh features,
head teachers,
heavy birds,
heavy curls,
heavy curves,
heavy words,
marry girls,
marry her,
merry birds,
merry girls,
merry words,
prairie birds,
pretty birds,
pretty curls,
pretty girls,
pretty words


4 syllables:
access features,
assess teachers,
express steamers,
possess features,
professed teachers,
office seekers,
affect teachers,
any errors,
any others,
binary terms,
binary words,
canary birds,
carry occurs,
carry others,
carry overs,
content teachers,
dairy heifers,
except teachers,
expect teachers,
heavy arrears,
heavy buyers,
heavy hammers,
heavy hitters,
heavy irons,
heavy layers,
heavy piers,
heavy showers,
heavy viewers,
heavy wires,
hotel features,
hotel keepers,
larry burrows,
larry evers,
library serves,
library terms,
marry others,
petty worries,
prairie fires,
prevent teachers,
primary terms,
primary turns,
primary words,
project teachers,
protect teachers


5 syllables:
culinary herbs,
binary adders,
culinary terms,
library offers,
memory arrays,
necessary terms,
necessary words,
plenary powers,
primary authors,
primary layers,
primary powers


6 syllables:
necessary powers,
necessary varies


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