Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with junior:

7 letters:
use her,
you her

8 letters:
used her,
move her,
drew her,
knew her,
boo word,
dew worm,
new word,
new work,
you work,
new bern,
new firm,
new term,
new turn

9 letters:
moved her,
flue cure,
prove her,
threw her,
root word,
tube worm,
thou wert,
blue bird,
chou vert,
new birth,
doing her

10 letters:
chou fleur,
jew baiter,
soon learn,
fruit worm,
group work,
plume bird,
tooth germ,
grew worse,
screw worm,
blue perch,
new church,
remove her,
moving her,
goony bird

11 letters:
boone chert,
prove worse,
prove worth,
school work,
truth worth,
crude birth,
group learn,
loose shirt,
loose skirt,
loup de mer,
moved earth,
roots serve,
school term,
tooth curve,
bruit heard,
group heard,
loose earth,
resumed her,
accused her,
removed her,
acute nerve,
lewis feuer,
gooney bird

12 letters:
bruce church,
choose merge,
groups heard,
groups serve,
louise burke,
proof search,
school nurse,
skewed curve,
smooth curve,
troops heard,
future earth,
louise heard,
louis bouyer,
produced per,
reduce birth,
reduce sperm,
laguna verde

13 letters:
groote schuur,
groups search,
school church,
choose search,
produce worse,
produce worth,
diffuse nerve,
produce birth,
produce flour,
produce nerve,
produce sperm,
renewed surge,
cartoon world,
balloon burst,
absolute term

14 letters:
renewed church,
renewed search,
absolute worth

15 letters:
recruit younger,
absolute dearth

Some other possibilities:

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

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