Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with school board:

2 syllables:
du nord,
fool born,
groove boards,
loose boards,
smooth boards,
booth called,
bruce called,
freud called,
fruit called,
groove called,
group called,
louise called,
shoes called,
sloop called,
smooth walled,
troupe called,
truth called,
truth dawned,
boole george,
freud warned,
fruit borne,
fruit formed,
fruit stored,
fruits stored,
groove formed,
group formed,
group scored,
groups scored,
queues formed,
rules called,
schooled horse,
schools called,
smooth bores,
too broad,
tools called,
tooth borne,
views formed,
you called,
fuel for,
grooved boards,
new born,
pool ball,
pool for,
pools formed,
queue formed,
rule for,
rules formed,
rules or,
rules stored,
schools formed,
schools or,
schools scored,
smooth bore,
soul for,
stool ball,
tool for,
tools or,
true born,
cooled and,
fools and,
group bound,
mules and,
phool chand,
pools and

3 syllables:
review boards,
cartoon called,
commune called,
perfume called,
saloon called,
tribune called,
acute wards,
balloon borne,
feudal lord,
julie called,
newly called,
review called,
ruler called,
sioux called,
truly called,
yazoo fraud,
boogie boards,
jeweled sword,
jewelled sword,
newly born,
newly forged,
newly formed,
produce broad,
truly formed

4 syllables:
molecule called,
molecule formed,
molecule bound,
absolute lords,
molecule force,
molecules called,
computer boards,
molecules formed,
molecules or,
producer boards,
molecule found,
molecules and

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