Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with colours:

2 syllables:
trois heures,
though earth,
draw her,
law firms,
sauce serves,
saw her,
small herds,
though girls,
though her,
though words,
thought turns,
a clause,
a pause,
are laws,
as hers,
from hers,
law as,
law has,
of hers,
of laws,
on hers,
saw as,
though as,
trois jours,
cough worse,
drawn hearse,
straw purse,
all heard,
broad earth,
for earth,
half heard,
jaw jerk,
law firm,
law term,
or earth,
or heard,
or hurt,
saw wort,
small earth,
smaller earth,
though burke,
though church,
though urged,
all birds,
all er,
all firms,
all her,
all terms,
all words,
amours jaunes,
are yours,
as yours,
au cours

3 syllables:
among herbs,
author as,
author has,
author whose,
daughter as,
daughter has,
daughter whose,
default terms,
horror as,
lawyer whose,
longer as,
longer has,
water as,
water has,
water whose,
flower whose,
our eyes,
power as,
power has,
power whose,
tower whose,
along earth,
among earth,
because earth,
before heard,
along curves,
along her,
along nerves,
among birds,
among ferns,
among firms,
among girls,
among her,
among serbs,
among terms,
among words,
auger holes,
author chose,
author does,
author knows,
author says,
author shows,
author these,
author was,
authors as

4 syllables:
explorer whose,
warrior whose

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