Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with phonograph record:

3 syllables:
staff records,
lanka accord,
batch records,
catch records,
class records,
mass. records,
match records,
sarah called,
shall accord,
staff aboard,
that records,
track records,
draft records,
dragged aboard,
fascia board,
packed aboard,
practice sword,
tacks aboard,
staff report,
cameron called,
hannah called,
sarah paused,
shamrock corp.,
sprang aboard,
and records,
baffle board,
baron called,
blank records,
branch records,
dance records,
grant records,
land records,
plant records,
scant records,
taluk board,
class belonged,
had belonged,
shall regard,
that belonged,
that regard,
fabric called,
honda accord,
patrick called,
yalta accord,
black report,
class report,
class resort,
flash report,
graham report,
match report,
shall report,
shall resort,
staff support,
starr report,
that report

4 syllables:
exact accord,
assam accord,
combat records,
basel accord,
basle accord,
camera called,
montana board,
africa called,
contact records,
exact records,
extract records,
finance records,
happy accord,
latter records,
scattered records,
unmatched records,
alaska court,
combat report,
graphic records,
japan report,
traffic records

5 syllables:
miranda court

6 syllables:
phonographic records,
stenographic records

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