Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with free world:

2 syllables:
by word,
key word,
my word,
three worlds,
thy word,
very word,
been urged,
fleet turned,
leader urged,
league urged,
peter urged,
roughly turned,
sheet turned,
speaker urged,
street turned,
surely learned,
surely served,
they burned,
they learned,
they served,
they turned,
three learned,
three turned,
very learned,
bee bird,
beef herd,
been heard,
by third,
green curled,
my third,
queen heard,
sleep curled,
speech heard,
steam curled,
steve heard,
street heard,
surely earned,
theme heard,
they earned,
they urged,
breeze swirled,
by words,
dream worlds,
each word,
greek word,
keep word,
key words,
leaves whirled,
my words,
surely heard,
these worlds,
they heard,
three words,
very words,
my worst,
roughly worked,
surely worked,
they worked,
very worst,
beast turned,
been burned,
been learned,
been served,
been termed,
been turned,
breeze turned,
by works,
cheek burned,
cheek turned,
cheese served

3 syllables:
icy pearled,
entry word,
on my word,
degrees earned,
retreat turned,
appeal heard,
degree earned,
ideas heard,
peter lloyd,
believe worlds,
degree words,
entry words,
fourteen worlds,
machine word,
unreal worlds,
unseen worlds,
areas burned,
areas served,
areas surveyed,
areas turned,
cedar bird,
cedar wood,
cheaper and,
chinese learned,
chinese turned,
cleaner and,
college served

4 syllables:
pharisees heard,
already earned,
already urged

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