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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with draft board:

2 syllables:
craft called,
at lord,
backed boards,
matched boards,
that lord,
and lord,
grand sword,
blacks scored,
grant called,
had scored,
paste called,
plant called,
tract called,
valve chordae,
wax gourd,
raft port,
barre chord,
craft corp.,
facts stored,
graph called,
patch cord,
sash cord,
staff called,
that called,
and called,
brand called,
frank paused,
gland called,
grant broad,
shaft horse,
shaft torque,
staff warned,
stand called,
that formed,
blacks called,
branch called,
chand bardai,
clans called,
dance called,
paths called,
plans called,
ralph called,
ranch called,
range called,
sound bored,
valve called,
crafts and,
drafts and,
plant guard,
shafts and,
short sword,
and formed,
and stored,
canned corned,
grant short,
graph formed,
had called,
had longed,
packed court,
snapped short,
staff formed,
that bore


3 syllables:
extract called,
forecast called,
after called,
practice sword,
attract broad,
attract hordes,
rather bored,
attack stalled,
contact card,
attract short,
batter boards,
drafting boards,
labour had


4 syllables:
diplomat called,
hereafter called,
adapter boards,
chromatic chord,
hereafter formed,
really bored,
spermatic chord,
spermatic cord


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