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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with homeworld:

2 syllables:
known world,
one world,
gross world,
growth world,
shows world,
throat world,
whole world,
whose world,
to world,
two world,
stones hurled,
loan word,
one word,
stone hurled,
closed world,
code word,
ghost world,
olde worlde,
post-9/11 world,
smoke curled,
smoke swirled,
the old world,
those worlds,
vogue word,
whole worlds,
no word,
phone turned,
stone served,
stone turned,
two worlds,
coach turned,
coast turned,
growth turned,
phoebe turned,
smoke burned,
smoke turned,
stove burned,
those learned,
those served,
those surveyed,
throat burned,
wrote learned,
jones heard,
one third,
tones heard,
chloe turned,
close third,
does bird,
homes burned,
homes served,
notes heard,
now turned,
throat turned,
who learned,
who served,
who turned,
whole third,
whose third,
crime world,
dream world


3 syllables:
minoan world,
unknown world,
above world,
promote world,
remote world,
going world,
growing world,
unknown worlds,
baroque world,
enclosed world,
motor world,
polar world,
proposed world,
sober world,
solar world,
toward world,
alone served,
alone turned,
lower world,
modem world,
roman world,
women world,
approach served,
approach termed,
approach turned,
avoid world,
destroyed world,
enjoyed world,
alone earned,
unknown third,
above third,
approach urged,
women earned,
women urged,
assume world,
became world,
become world


4 syllables:
ongoing world,
unknowing world


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