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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with orach:

2 syllables:
cross hatch,
straw thatch,
door latch,
broad patch,
cross hatched,
cross match,
cross patch,
door at,
door had,
for at,
for had,
half hatched,
jaune cache,
more at,
more had,
nor at,
nor had,
or add,
or at,
or had,
shore at,
small batch,
small patch,
store at,
tore at,
war at,
war had,
cross ranch,
forse anche,
small ranch,
hot hatch,
all at,
all had,
ball at,
call at,
caught at,
claw back,
cross at,
draw back,
drawn at,
fall at,
fought at,
gone nap,
half had,
hall at,
hall had,
law shall,
law than,
law that,
laws had,
long at,
long had,
loss at,
paul had,
pause at,
saw that,
saw what,
scoff at,
small ad,
small at,
straw cat,
strong at,
talk at,
taught at,
though that,
though what,
thought at,
thought had,
walk at,
wall at,
wall had,
for each,
larvae hatch,
or each,
or watch,
square patch,
for cash,
or cash,
or range,
score range,
board at,
board had,
bore and,
born at,
core and,
corps at,
corps had,
course at


3 syllables:
before at,
before had,
orrin hatch,
record catch,
enough match,
along at,
because at,
macaw palm,
before each,
before and,
before that


4 syllables:
matador ranch


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