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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pro forma:

3 syllables:
no formal,
known normal,
shown normal,
to forget,
to normal,
two forces,
close formal,
known formal,
no foreign,
those formal,
to foreign,
whose formal,
broke horses,
coach horses,
drove horses,
knows horses,
no mortal,
no portion,
no shortage,
stole horses,
stone horses,
those horses,
to shorten,
two courses,
two sources,
whole organ,
whose horses,
croat forces,
growth forces,
joe orton,
known forces,
no moral,
showed normal,
shows normal,
those forces,
those horrid,
to forestall,
to moral,
two horses,
whole forces,
whole torah,
whose forces,
whose normal,
wrote norman,
gross foreign,
known foreign,
known formulae,
shows foreign,
spoke foreign,
those foreign,
whole foreign,
whose foreign


4 syllables:
above formal,
above format,
remote organ,
employ formal,
above forces,
above normal,
approach forces,
approach normal,
borough forces,
chateau borel,
lower forces,
lower normal,
promote normal,
unknown forces,
above formulae,
allow formal,
approach foreign,
follow formal,
follow format,
lower foreign,
narrow format,
promote foreign,
proposed formal,
proposed format,
remote foreign,
toward formal,
unknown foreign


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