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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with backwards:

2 syllables:
black words,
black birds,
catch words,
class words,
match words,
slang words,
than words,
that words,
what words,
frank words,
lacked words,
lacks words,
takes words,
black girls,
black pearls,
black terns,
catch birds,
track turns,
and words,
banque worms,
black curls,
bland words,
chance words,
grand words,
last words,
track curves,
hackneyed words,
masked words,
class girls,
class terms,
draft terms,
flash burns,
glass pearls,
grant terms,
grass turns,
match girls,
match terms,
plant turns,
shaft turns,
slang terms,
staff serves,
than girls,
that burns,
that firms,
that girls,
that serves,
all words,
both words,
brought words,
cross words,
for words,
four words,
more words,
mouth words,
not words,
or words,
own words,
proud words,
small words,
sought words,
stock birds,
store words,
strong words,
taught words,
thought words,
watch words,
wrong words,
your words


3 syllables:
attack birds,
abstract words,
classic words,
exact words,
abstract terms,
exact terms,
allow words,
attract birds,
detached words,
happy words,
latter words,
many words,
myriad worlds,
scattered words,
value words,
abstract worlds,
graphic words,
magic words,
slavic words,
about words,
among words,
because words,
before words,
compare words,
recall words,
attack works,
abstract verbs,
absurd as,
actor knows,
actors whose


4 syllables:
germanic words,
italic words


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