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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with quadrature:

3 syllables:
rock crusher,
drop rudder,
modes other,
cause rupture,
far other,
hard rubber,
nodded her,
both major,
cause major,
dot commer,
hot summer,
john major,
not cover,
not deter,
not suffer,
shot putter,
spot color,
block buffer,
blocks other,
bog butter,
both mother,
cause color,
caused other,
charge other,
clock buffer,
cock sucker,
crops other,
crops suffer,
dark color,
dog collar,
drop shutter,
flock thither,
france other,
from cover,
hog sucker,
homme libre,
large upper,
month other,
most other,
ofthe other,
onthe other,
robbed other,
rock butter,
rocks other,
shalt offer,
sharp upper,
shops offer,
solve other,
square collar,
square cover,
star conner,
stars other,
start other,
started her,
stock buffer,
stocks offer,
stopped other,
wanted her,
watched other,
caused major,
from major,
giant rubber,
john r. major,
john r major,
not greater,
not offer,
not other,
not return,
not utter,
block other,
blond color,
bonds offer,
bonds other,
cards offer,
cause greater,
cause other,
cause upper,
crops mature

4 syllables:
alois brunner,
canada offer,
canada other,
compare other,
declare other,
prepare other,
adopt other,
females other,
horace scudder,
madame pfeiffer,
o'clock supper,
passage thither,
prepare supper,
regard other,
regarded her,
resolve other,
response other,
bodies offer,
bodies other,
embrace other

5 syllables:
canada cover,
estado libre

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