Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with procedure:

2 syllables:
they shook,
beauty bush,
by foot,
by full,
by good,
by poor,
by wood,
dry wood,
free good,
fry cook,
meat hook,
my book,
my foot,
my full,
my good,
my poor,
reap hook,
they look,
they took,
three full,
three good,
tree wool,
very full,
very good,
very poor,
beige book,
sky hook,
breeze shook,
each book,
each foot,
keith shook,
knees shook,
peach wood,
steve shook,
trees shook,
beauty stood,
bee wolf,
been full,
been good,
been poor,
brief look,
by pure,
by the book,
by the rood,
clean wool,
cry wolf,
dewey looked,
dry goods,
feel good,
fleece wool,
fleet foot,
free goods,
grease bush,
green book,
green wood,
keith moore,
leaf book,
louie looked,
meat hooks,
my books,
real good,
roughly pulled,
roughly pushed,
seed wool,
steel hooks,
steel wool,
steve moore,
surely looked,
surely looks,
these good,
these poor,
they looked,
they pulled,
they pushed,
they stood,
three books,
three goods,
three looked,
three stood,
three tours,
very pure,
greige goods

3 syllables:
obeys hooke,
gabriel shook,
brier wood,
colleen moore,
entry books,
entry floor,
entry looks,
gabriel looked,
koh i noor,
sea puss,
college books,
college stood,
college tours

4 syllables:
perigree books,
pharisee stood

Some other possibilities:

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