Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with grand tour:

2 syllables:
and poor,
land poor,
than pure,
grande terre,
and pure,
and took,
capt. moore,
frank moore,
plant tours,
black floor,
brass floor,
glass floor,
ralph moore,
that pure,
and bear,
and care,
and fair,
and fear,
and near,
and share,
and sir,
and there,
and were,
and where,
banned there,
brand share,
gland there,
gland where,
grande where,
hand gear,
hand there,
hand wear,
hand were,
land near,
land there,
land were,
land where,
planned there,
planned where,
sand pear,
stand there,
stand where,
plant floor,
that poor,
and cook,
and foot,
and full,
and good,
and look,
and pull,
and shook,
and wood,
asked moore,
dance floor,
flagged floor,
hand book,
lance stood,
and air,
and hair,
and hear,
and here,
and tears,
gland tumour,
stand here,
graham moore,
and stood,
cant hook,
stand stood,
ant bear,
cant bear,
grant there,
grant where,
plant there,
plant where,
barred where,
branch there,
branch where,
brown floor,
chance there,
chance where,
clans there,
dance there,
dance where

3 syllables:
suzanne moore,
expand there,
channing moore,
japan stood,
nancy moore,
stanley moore,
andrew moore,
annie moore,
hammond moore,
hannah moore,
many poor,
sandy floor,
vacant chair,
advance there,
advance where

4 syllables:
veranda floor

5 syllables:
alexander moore

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