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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with vertebrae:

3 syllables:
wurde dabei,
curtain rail,
shirt today,
fertile brain,
turtle brain,
person may,
service may,
hurdle race,
hurdle rate,
turnip rape,
burma trade,
burn away,
circuit race,
fertile phase,
hermit trail,
permit trade,
work away,
worn away,
stirred debate,
third debate,
church today,
curtain raised,
earth today,
fertile terrain,
first obtain,
heard today,
her away,
learn today,
nurse today,
search today,
serve today,
service brake,
work today,
worked today,
worse today,
worth today,
fertile brains,
third estate,
third sunday

4 syllables:
offer today,
conversion rate,
excursion rate,
afford today,
clear today,
determine brain,
diverted trade,
hurry today,
lower today,
maternal brain,
obscure today,
observe today,
offered today,
offers today,
player today,
power today,
prayer today,
research today,
return today,
truer today,
deferred update,
deferred estate,
research update

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See vertebrae used in context: 14 rhymes, several books and articles.

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