Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with quadrature:

9 letters:
far other,
not cover,
not deter,
not offer,
not other,
not utter

10 letters:
nodded her,
both major,
dot commer,
hot summer,
john major,
not suffer,
spot color,
bog butter,
dark color,
dog collar,
from cover,
hog sucker,
most other,
wanted her,
from major,
not return

11 letters:
drop rudder,
modes other,
hard rubber,
cause major,
shot putter,
both mother,
cause color,
cock sucker,
crops other,
homme libre,
large upper,
month other,
ofthe other,
onthe other,
rock butter,
rocks other,
shalt offer,
sharp upper,
shops offer,
solve other,
star conner,
stars other,
start other,
started her,
not greater,
block other,
blond color,
bonds offer,
bonds other,
cards offer,
cause other,
cause upper,
adopt other

12 letters:
rock crusher,
block buffer,
blocks other,
caused other,
charge other,
clock buffer,
crops suffer,
drop shutter,
france other,
robbed other,
square cover,
stock buffer,
stocks offer,
caused major,
giant rubber,
john r major,
crops mature,
canada offer,
canada other,
regard other,
regarded her,
bodies offer,
bodies other,
canada cover,
estado libre

13 letters:
cause rupture,
flock thither,
square collar,
stopped other,
watched other,
john r. major,
cause greater,
alois brunner,
compare other,
declare other,
prepare other,
females other,
resolve other,
embrace other

14 letters:
horace scudder,
o'clock supper,
prepare supper,
response other

15 letters:
madame pfeiffer,
passage thither

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