Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with flying horse:

3 syllables:
crying hoarse,
prying force,
dying thoughts,
biting force,
driving course,
driving force,
driving source,
fighting corps,
fighting force,
guiding force,
lighting source,
sliding force,
striking force,
typing course,
writing course,
drying house,
growing hoarse,
lying shores,
british corps,
british force,
british source,
crying off,
cyclic course,
drying of,
drying off,
dying of,
filing false,
guiding thoughts,
irish force,
irish gorse,
irish source,
lying north,
lying off,
might divorce,
psychic force,
striking thoughts,
quiet talks,
be dying for,
binding force,
binding source,
blinding force,
crying for,
driving torques,
dying for,
grinding force,
hiking shorts,
lightning source,
lying shore,
trying for,
vying for,
winding course,
writing or

4 syllables:
supplying false,
combining force,
compiling source,
declining force,
defining force,
exciting force,
exciting source,
surprising force,
surprising source,
surviving source,
decaying corpse,
delaying force,
decisive course,
decisive force,
decisive source,
divisive force,
exciting thoughts,
prior divorce,
threeyear course,
buying or,
varying course,
varying force,
varying source

5 syllables:
ionizing source

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