Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with plowshare:

2 syllables:
plough share,
brown hair,
brown hare,
know where,
mouse hare,
show where,
your hair,
own share,
plough shares,
your share,
brown chair,
couch where,
pouch where,
boughs where,
bought where,
brought where,
brown bear,
brown haired,
brown hairs,
brown hares,
brown where,
cloud where,
crowd where,
crown where,
doubt where,
down where,
grown where,
guesthouse where,
house where,
mouse hares,
mouse where,
mouth where,
out where,
schoolhouse where,
south where,
spouse where,
stout hairs,
town where,
towne where,
your care,
bought shares,
doubt shared,
house shared,
south shared,
crotch hair,
straw chair,
awn hair,
bad air,
black hair,
brought here,
calm air,
cloud ear,
cross hair,
down here,
down near,
for air,
from air,
half fare,
hot air,
jack hare,
know there,
laugh where,
long hair,
more air,
more rare,
mouse ear,
mouth there,
not err,
or air,
or hair,
out here,
ram air,
south there,
straw where,
than air,
that air,
though where

3 syllables:
enough share,
enough where,
enough shared,
enough shares,
our share,
endowed chair,
enough chairs,
power chair,
about where,
aloud where,
bower where,
enough spare,
flower where,
our care,
power where,
tower where,
amount share,
our air,
our hair,
power shared,
about here,
enough there

4 syllables:
chinatown where

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