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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with half dollar:

3 syllables:
though father,
soft dollars,
ball washer,
calls occur,
claude roger,
course occur,
door knocker,
drawn copper,
falls occur,
false honor,
for copper,
for father,
gauge copper,
george odger,
or copper,
or father,
pores occur,
scores occur,
small copper,
sore loser,
spores occur,
strong father,
though proper,
thought father,
thought roger,
thoughts occur,
walls occur,
fault occur,
thought occur,
called arthur,
called copper,
called doctor,
called father,
called roger,
corn dodger,
for scholars,
george donner,
law bonar,
small parlor,
walled copper,
fraud occurred,
fraud occurs,
saw doctor,
though scholars,
and honor,
black scholar,
called outer,
drawn dagger,
grand honneur,
or daughter,
prof. roger,
sand hopper,
small daughter,
though smaller,
broad hearth,
faults occur,
frost occurred,
frost occurs,
frosts occur,
morte arthur,
port arthur,
port watcher,
quartz occur,
salts occur


4 syllables:
transport occur,
because copper,
because father,
because roger,
before father,
among donors,
among scholars,
because scholars,
before roger,
layoffs occur,
order occur,
record occurred,
record occurs,
restore honor,
torah scholar,
coffin dodger,
export dollars,
assaults occur,
support occurred,
support occurs,
transport occurred,
transport occurs


5 syllables:
award honor



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