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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with quarter note:

3 syllables:
mortar boat,
porter wrote,
porter notes,
shorter notes,
former wrote,
walter wrote,
warner wrote,
yorker wrote,
daughter wrote,
forster wrote,
mortar boats,
water oat,
claude perrault,
carter wrote,
sartre wrote,
order known,
author wrote,
chaucer wrote,
corner post,
lawyer wrote,
longer wrote,
porter, cole,
porter cole,
torture known,
walker wrote,
waller wrote,
walter goetz,
carter notes,
sartre notes,
order no.,
altered notes,
author notes,
daughter knows,
longer notes,
northern coast,
northern votes,
quartern loaf,
smaller notes,
walker notes,
water known,
water soaked,
archer wrote,
arthur wrote,
barber wrote,
barker wrote,
doctor wrote,
farmer wrote,
foster wrote,
harper wrote,
master wrote,
order code,
order showed,
parker wrote,
pastor wrote,
planter wrote,
border shows,
former showed,
order shown,
order shows,
order those,
ordered whole,
orders whose,
saunders wrote,
water oats

4 syllables:
reporter wrote,
reporter notes,
reporter knows,
reporters wrote,
supporters hoped,
reporter showed,
performer knows,
reformers hoped,
reporters whose,
supporters whose,
gautier wrote,
reporter whose,
reporters who,
macarthur wrote,
reporter who

5 syllables:
reporter noticed

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