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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with junior:

2 syllables:
chou fleur,
groote schuur,
jew baiter,
moved her,
used her,
boone chert,
flue cure,
move her,
prove her,
soon learn,
use her,
drew her,
knew her,
threw her,
you her,
fruit worm,
group work,
plume bird,
prove worse,
prove worth,
root word,
school work,
truth worth,
tube worm,
bruce church,
choose merge,
crude birth,
group learn,
groups heard,
groups search,
groups serve,
loose shirt,
loose skirt,
louise burke,
loup de mer,
moved earth,
proof search,
roots serve,
school church,
school nurse,
school term,
skewed curve,
smooth curve,
tooth curve,
tooth germ,
troops heard,
boo word,
dew worm,
grew worse,
new word,
new work,
screw worm,
thou wert,
you work,
blue bird,
blue perch,
bruit heard,
choose search,
chou vert,
future earth,
group heard,
loose earth,
louise heard,
new bern,
new birth,
new church,
new firm,
new term,
new turn


3 syllables:
resumed her,
accused her,
removed her,
remove her,
produce worse,
produce worth,
acute nerve,
diffuse nerve,
lewis feuer,
louis bouyer,
moving her,
produce birth,
produce flour,
produce nerve,
produce sperm,
produced per,
reduce birth,
reduce sperm,
renewed church,
renewed search,
renewed surge,
cartoon world,
doing her,
balloon burst,
gooney bird,
goony bird,
recruit younger


4 syllables:
absolute worth,
absolute dearth,
absolute term,
laguna verde


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See junior used in context: 27 poetry verses, 1 Shakespeare work, 7 definitions

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