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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with compulsory:

3 syllables:
blood thirsty,
bunker b,
bunker c,
butter tree,
but early,
but firmly,
chinar tree,
cluster b,
cluster c,
come early,
comforts me,
comfort me,
culture we,
duroc jersey,
feg murray,
from early,
from scurvy,
from thirty,
from turkey,
gia marie,
jumpers knee,
love mercy,
mother he,
mother she,
must hurry,
number three,
of dirty,
of early,
of earthly,
of mercy,
of thirty,
of turkey,
of worldly,
ol dirty,
one early,
others he,
others see,
others we,
other early,
other free,
other he,
other key,
other three,
other we,
rubber tree,
runners knee,
scrub turkey,
some early,
some thirty,
sponge worthy,
structure we,
stuffed turkey,
such early,
sucker free,
summer he,
summer tree,
summer we,
the attorney,
the bouwerie,
the clergy,
the derby,
the dirty,
the early,
the journey,
the mercy,
the thirty,
the turkey,
uc berkeley,
under fre,
under free,
under me,
under sea,
under three,
up early,
ushered me,
wonder he,
wonder she,
wonder we

4 syllables:
another early,
another he,
another key,
another three,
become firmly,
become worthy,
discovered he,
discovered she

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