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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tandoor:

6 letters:
and or


7 letters:
and air,
and are,
and sir,
bad air,
band or,
had ear,
hand or,
land or,
sand or


8 letters:
and poor,
and hair,
and hear,
and here,
and pure,
and bear,
and care,
and fair,
and fear,
and near,
and were,
had here,
hand are,
land are,
stand or,
than air


9 letters:
land poor,
that poor,
than pure,
plan were,
plan year,
than mere,
than were,
that dear,
cant hook,
than full,
than good,
that pure,
and share,
and there,
and where,
grand fir,
hand gear,
hand wear,
hand were,
land near,
land were,
sand pear,
than here,
many poor,
expand or


10 letters:
grand tour,
stand here,
john moore,
than there,
than where,
range hood,
hand there,
land there,
land where,
planned or,
japan were,
sapan wood


11 letters:
plant tours,
grand tours,
capt. moore,
frank moore,
black floor,
brass floor,
glass floor,
quack cures,
ralph moore,
brand share,
gland there,
gland where,
grand terre,
stand there,
stand where,
plant floor,
annie moore,
japan share,
japan there,
japan where,
harry moore,
rather poor,
sally moore,
sarah moore,
acram terre


12 letters:
graham moore,
banned there,
grande terre,
grande where,
hannah moore,
maggie moore,
expand there,
combat tours


13 letters:
planned there,
planned where,
suzanne moore


15 letters:
alexander moore


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