Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with burrow:

2 syllables:
her how,
her who,
bur oak,
burr oak,
church who,
clerk who,
flour dough,
flour to,
girl who,
heard how,
her bow,
her co,
her do,
her go,
her home,
her hope,
her low,
her no,
her now,
her one,
her so,
her to,
her whole,
hurt to,
learn how,
nurse who,
per os,
spur to,
turn now,
wore no,
younger one,
bird to,
birth to,
birth whose,
burnt to,
church chose,
church to,
church whose,
clerk to,
clerk whose,
curve to,
curve whose,
earth those,
earth to,
earth whose,
firm to,
first to,
first who,
flour doughs,
fur coat,
girl to

3 syllables:
alert to,
clear how,
expert to,
expert who,
observe how,
offer no,
offer one,
offer to,
player who,
recur to,
adjourn to,
afford no,
afford to,
author who,
brother who,
buyer to,
buyer whose,
clear to,
clear whose,
clearly how,
clergy who,
converge to,
daughter who,
dealer who,
deferred to,
deserve to,
driver who,
elgar wrote,
expert whose,
experts who,
father who,
fire hose,
fire to,
flower to,
flower whose

4 syllables:
employer who,
unclear how,
another who,
consider how,
creature who,
employer to,
employer whose,
employers who,
entire whole

5 syllables:
entrepreneur whose,
entrepreneurs who,
entrepreneur knows,
entrepreneurs to,
entrepreneurs whose

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See burrow used in context: 11 rhymes, several books and articles.

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