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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cross-reference:

12 letters:
or reference


13 letters:
all reference,
for reference,
had reference,
map reference,
his reference,
or difference


14 letters:
from reference,
that reference,
this reference


15 letters:
broad reference,
wrong reference,
false reference,
class reference,
house reference,
short reference,
block reference,
clock reference,
place reference,
space reference,
moral reference,
order reference


16 letters:
strong reference,
cross referenced,
source reference,
though reference,
called reference,
stored reference,
chance reference,
please reference,
score difference,
small difference,
record reference,
report reference,
access reference,
enough reference,
office reference,
unless reference,
before emergence,
faulty reference,
former reference


17 letters:
strong preference,
strong resurgence,
fourth preference,
strong difference,
because reference,
default reference,
broader reference,
chinese reference,
concise reference,
express reference,
call by reference,
posting reference,
idea of reference


18 letters:
plane of reference,
resource reference,
smallest reference,
ideas of reference


19 letters:
stronger preference


20 letters:
exhaustive reference


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