Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cumbrous:

2 syllables:
stress stress,
crumb brush,
crumb crust,
dumb ass,
runs thus,
stem rust,
has twice,
must thus,
struck twice,
thumb press,
was twice,
can thus,
can trust,
la plus,
tarun bharat,
tongue thrust,
when thus,
bud brush,
bums rush,
bust ass,
but thus,
but twice,
chalk bluffs,
chief stress,
chief thrust,
comes twice,
has thus,
loved us,
loves us,
much stress,
must trust,
rum shrub,
spousal trust,
trust trust,
was thrust,
was thus,
humour is,
tumour is,
dump trucks,
jan hus,
some parents,
young bucks,
blood assay,
bum rush,
club rush,
drug bust,
get us,
hum bug,
let us,
love us,
put us,
rum bud,
saigon press,
scrub brush,
some but,
then press,
thumb brushed,
blood press,
chief press,
dutch press,
genes ras,
knoll press,
naiad press,
rural press,
skull press,
bridge truss,
him twice,
sel gris,
this stress,
bumped up,
burra burra,
ca resp

3 syllables:
become twice,
extra stress,
confronts us,
added twice,
office twice,
genus rhus,
urban stress,
added stress,
added thrust,
adult rhesus,
become blood,
becomes twice,
stem cell assay,
become parents,
albion press,
comet assay,
crummey trust,
extra mural,
extra thrust,
number twice,
unplumbed depths,
urban press,
office press,
uncle press,
excess stress,
uncle chris,
concern us

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