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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fractures:

2 syllables:
black jurors,
black birds,
black chert,
black church,
black girls,
black pearls,
black terns,
black words,
track turns,
black curls,
track curves,
black nurse,
black purse,
black shirt,
at church,
black birch,
black bird,
black pearl,
black perch,
black tern,
branch church,
catch birds,
catch words,
class church,
class girls,
class terms,
class words,
cracked earth,
draft terms,
flash burns,
glass church,
glass pearls,
grandes heures,
grant terms,
grass turns,
match girls,
match terms,
match words,
packed earth,
plant turns,
shaft turns,
slang terms,
slang words,
staff serves,
than girls,
than words,
that burns,
that church,
that firms,
that girls,
that serves,
that words,
what words,
chaque chose,
jack cheese,
black hearse,
backed firms


3 syllables:
abstract terms,
actor whose,
attack birds,
exact terms,
factor as,
factor has,
factor whose,
rancher whose,
fracture heals,
fracture shows,
nature as,
nature has,
nature whose,
stature whose,
quatre jours,
after as,
after whose,
answer as,
answer has,
attack pearl,
banker whose,
cancer has,
cancer whose,
chapter as,
chapter has,
chapter whose,
dancer whose,
master as,
master has,
master whose,
pastor whose,
planter whose,
fracture is,
abstract verbs,
abstract words,
actor knows,
actors whose,
anger as,
attract birds,
attract firms,
attract girls


4 syllables:
commander whose,
hereafter as


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