Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dog turd:

2 syllables:
heart heard,
not heard,
scott heard,
guard heard,
rock bird,
clark heard,
france heard,
from third,
once heard,
scarce heard,
shots heard,
stop word,
clock turned,
doctor urged,
shock turned,
spock turned,
stock turned,
cause heard,
giant turned,
heart turned,
heart urged,
not turned,
scott turned,
court heard,
grant heard,
block world,
guards heard,
hard earned,
rocks hurled,
stock birds,
yard bird,
both words,
cause blurred,
cause world,
charles heard,
france served,
france urged,
from world,
giant earth,
gods word,
large herds,
log perch,
march third,
nonce word,
not learned,
not served,
not words,
scott learned,
scott served,
square world,
star turn,
watch birds,
watch words,
watch world,
doubt heard,
hog tied,
clark turned,
not hurt,
shocked world,
art world

3 syllables:
doctor had,
doctor heard,
carter had,
carter heard,
party heard,
passage turned,
prophet heard,
robert heard,
roger heard,
roger turned,
arthur had,
arthur heard,
barely heard,
charlie heard,
compare words,
data word,
dolly bird,
farmer had,
farmer heard,
females earned,
martha heard,
often heard,
only heard,
palo verde,
police heard,
rarely heard,
robin heard,
thomas heard,
toddy bird,
gesagt wurde,
doctor and,
doctor bowed,
doctor said,
doctor showed,
doctors had,
alarm turned,
bizarre world

4 syllables:
another third,
another word,
another had

Some other possibilities:

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