Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bluebirds:

2 syllables:
few words,
new words,
shoot birds,
blue curls,
fruit turns,
new firms,
new terms,
screw turns,
screw worms,
you girls,
group words,
blues words,
choose words,
crude words,
loose words,
new worlds,
smooth words,
tube worms,
use words,
blue bird,
plumed birds,
toothed birds,
group firms,
group learns,
group serves,
group terms,
group turns,
groups serves,
crude terms,
flute girls,
freud terms,
loose curls,
loose terms,
school girls,
school serves,
school terms,
smooth curves,
tooth curves,
tooth germs,
truce terms

3 syllables:
review words,
taboo words,
fewer birds,
review serves,
review terms,
super aids,
confuse words,
cooler heads,
fewer words,
goober peas,
newborn whose,
produce words,
remove words,
truer words,
fewer heads,
gooney birds,
newborn needs,
study birds,
cooper was,
produce pearls,
cooler hours,
fewer firms,
fewer girls,
fewer terms,
fewer turns,
future cause,
future heirs,
future homes,
future shows,
future these,
future those,
future use,
future was,
lunar hours,
lunar phase,
produce curves,
reduced terms,
route turns,
ruler shows,
ruler was,
rulers whose,
saloon girls,
sooner these,
sooner was

4 syllables:
absolute terms,
absolute words,
computer hours,
computer knows,
computer shows,
computer these,
computer use,
computer was,
computers whose,
consumer knows,
consumer shows,
consumers whose,
molecule serves,
producer gas,
producer knows,
producers whose

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