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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dordogne:

2 syllables:
for john,
or john,
lord john,
ball john,
maud gonne,
maude gonne,
bore down,
or down,
tore down,
short tons,
board are,
for want,
or want,
war bond,
war dog,
for once,
for town,
or town,
all down,
call down,
called down,
dalle donne,
doss down,
drawn down,
fall down,
for tom,
gone down,
haul down,
john donne,
more than,
north than,
or than,
talk down,
walk down,
war than,
court are,
for top,
long tons,
or top,
sort are,
wart hog,
all want,
course are,
door knob,
doors are,
false honour,
flawed giant,
for both,
for cause,
for far,
for god,
for job,
for not,
force are,
form are,
haut monde,
long bond,
long johns,
more far,
north are,
or both,
or cause,
or far,
or god,
or job,
or not,
or watch,
ores are,
por los,
rawls john,
scores are,
spores are,
stores are,
though france,
war god,
wars are,
board and,
board in,
board on,
bored and,
borne down,
chord drawn,
chord in,
cord and,
cord in,
draw down,
force down,
ford and


3 syllables:
before dawn,
record hop,
order araneae,
record month,
le carrĂ© john,
report are,
support are,
among giant,
before god,
vapour lock,
aboard and,
accord and


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