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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pourboire:

2 syllables:
boards are,
courts are,
forms are,
gough square,
horns are,
horse car,
norms are,
port bar,
ports are,
sport car,
sports are,
board are,
course are,
court are,
cross bar,
doors are,
for far,
force are,
form are,
horse square,
more far,
north are,
north choir,
or far,
or square,
ores are,
scores are,
sort are,
spores are,
stall bar,
stores are,
wars are,
claw bar,
draw bar,
for are,
more are,
nor are,
or are,
raw bar,
war are,
all star,
faults are,
salts are,
all square,
balls are,
board large,
born march,
broad square,
calls are,
chord chart,
course large,
course start,
court card,
court charge,
dwarf star,
fall far,
force large,
force march,
form part,
forth large,
fourth charge,
fourth large,
fourth part,
fourth watch,
george marsh,
george scharf,
george sharp,
george watts,
gone far,
horse barn,
horse cart,
horse guard,
north star,
or block,
or start,
pores large,
porn star,
porte cochère


3 syllables:
exports are,
records are,
reforms are,
reports are,
absorb large,
report are,
support are,
abord parce,
absorb shock,
before start,
borders are,
boring bar,
courses are,
deformed bar,
export large,
favours large,
forces are,
horses are,
maurice jarre,
orders are,
perform large


4 syllables:
filariform larvae


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