Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bolero:

3 syllables:
folk hero,
so narrow,
to narrow,
pharaoh necho,
vow fellow,
women now,
women who,
bow echo,
col legno,
dole meadow,
droll fellow,
poet to,
poet who,
those heroes,
those narrow,
whole ethos,
whose narrow,
yo heave ho,
could narrow,
should narrow,
voltaire wrote,
would narrow,
to zero,
crome yellow,
glowed yellow,
one elbow,
questo senso,
questo tempo,
shone yellow,
showed yellow,
shows yellow,
those yellow,
to bestow,
whose echoes,
women do,
women known,
women to,
women whose,
yoke fellow,
drill harrow,
questo libro,
scroll arrow,
close escrow,
could endow,
could evoke,
joseph roach,
joseph turow,
joseph wrote,
old fellow,
poem to,
should evoke,
to evoke,
whole genome,
women throw,
women wrote,
would endow,
would evoke,
go below,
noted how,
notice how,
probe below,
throw pillow,
could enroll,
should enroll,
whole embryo

4 syllables:
remote echo,
above cairo,
above narrow,
unknown heroes,
local hero,
moliere wrote,
solar heroes,
above elbow,
lower yellow,
primrose yellow,
showy yellow,
unknown fellow,
female hero,
below cairo,
local echo,
narrow narrow,
renowned heroes,
whero whero,
plateau below,
coline serreau,
local heroes,
noble heroes

5 syllables:
rotary harrow,
apollinaire wrote

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