Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with discourse:

2 syllables:
his corps,
his course,
bridge course,
freer course,
his force,
in course,
lxxxiv corps,
sill course,
split course,
stiff course,
string course,
this force,
which course,
with coarse,
year course,
brick course,
his horse,
his source,
its course,
quick course,
stick horse,
swiss courts,
thick coarse,
this horse,
this source,
sized horse,
bring force,
chewing force,
fifth horse,
gift horse,
his thoughts,
in force,
is false,
its source,
paris talks,
quick source,
rich source,
scinde horse,
shear force,
sheer force,
spring force,
spring source,
stick force,
string source,
swift horse,
this false,
twitch force,
which force,
will force,
winged horse,
with force,
is scarce,
press corps,
skills course,
tears course,
years course,
being coerced,
brisk walks,
fifth corps,
fifth course,
fill horse,
his boss,
his court,
his loss,
in the course,
is forced,
is scored,
its force,
ninth corps,
paris court,
picked corps,
rear horse,
shift course,
since force,
strict course,
swift course

3 syllables:
appear coarse,
benign course,
career course,
adding force,
benign force,
career force,
transmit force,
access course,
drawing course,
felis chaus,
flying corps,
flying course,
growing corps,
inner course,
missing horse,
resist force,
river course,
showing coarse,
showing course

4 syllables:
casimir force,
decaying corpse,
ongoing course,
politic course

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