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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with old norse:

2 syllables:
could coerce,
could force,
should force,
would force,
closed course,
closed source,
eau de source,
road course,
rolled north,
should courts,
sole source,
whole corps,
whole course,
whole force,
known horse,
one horse,
pole horse,
stone horse,
ropes course,
cold sores,
ghost horse,
notes source,
post horse,
should mourn,
would mourn,
clone source,
closed ports,
clothes horse,
could board,
could forge,
could form,
growth force,
growth source,
hold court,
hold forth,
holds talks,
known course,
known force,
known source,
mould board,
one course,
one source,
rolled forth,
should board,
should form,
sold short,
stone course,
strolled forth,
whole cross,
whole thoughts,
whose course,
whose force,
whose source,
would board,
would forge,
would form,
could more,
hold more,
would more,
clothes moths,
coach horse,
cold for,
cold sore


3 syllables:
twofold source,
golden horse,
proposed course,
proposed force,
proposed source,
supposed corpse,
supposed source,
bolder course,
older source,
golden gorse,
older horse,
proposed talks,
bolting horse,
remote source,
above course,
above force,
above source,
approach course,
bloated corpse,
enclosed courts,
exposed north,
joseph nourse,
knowledge source,
polish corps,
polish force,
proposed north,
quoted source,
shouldered hawks,
unknown course,
unknown force,
unknown source,
bifold doors,
holding course,
holding force,
molding force,
moulding force,
broken horse


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