Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with surcoat:

2 syllables:
fur coat,
her coat,
kaiser wrote,
burke wrote,
clerk wrote,
fur coats,
church hoped,
church wrote,
clerk whose,
flour bolt,
hearn wrote,
her notes,
her throat,
nurse wrote,
schurz wrote,
stern wrote,
sterne wrote,
surf boat,
verne wrote,
work one,
burke notes,
clerk who,
firm quote,
her co,
pearl coast,
third coast,
third quote,
her goal,
birth whose,
church chose,
church whose,
curve whose,
earth those,
earth whose,
flour doughs,
girl whose,
heard one,
her nose,
her phone,
her robe,
her role,
her toes,
her tone,
jurors whose,
kaiser roll,
nurse whose,
per mole,
serve whole,
shirt whose,
third one,
third whose,
verse whose,
word does,
worm hole,
worth those,
worth whole,
are worked,
black coat,
blue coat,
clerk at,
frock coat,
my coat,
sack coat,
work at,
work out

3 syllables:
elgar wrote,
clear coat,
bauer wrote,
expert wrote,
fire boat,
mayer wrote,
mayor wrote,
meyer wrote,
our boat,
power boat,
prior wrote,
return wrote,
thayer wrote,
clear coats,
furry coats,
leather coat,
lower coast,
powder coat,
primer coat,
rudder coat,
serous coat,
sugar coat,
worker wrote,
expert whose,
offer those,
offers one,
research whose,
return home,
astor could

4 syllables:
amery wrote,
reviewer wrote,
entire coast

5 syllables:
entrepreneur knows,
entrepreneurs whose

Some other possibilities:

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