Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sourwood:

2 syllables:
for wood,
or wood,
fort hood,
more good,
or good,
cord wood,
all good,
cross stood,
tar wood,
corps stood,
course stood,
for goods,
force stood,
horse stood,
long wooled,
more goods,
or goods,
score stood,
shore stood,
small woods,
store goods,
store stood,
george woods,
north woods,
for dead,
for lead,
fork head,
from wood,
horse head,
john wood,
lord did,
nor did,
or dead,
or did,
or lead,
short head,
war did,
your good,
or foot,
all goods,
all stood,
all wool,
claude stood,
for book,
for full,
for poor,
gorge hook,
long wool,
more full,
or book,
or full,
or look,
or poor,
or pull,
or took,
thought stood,
wrong goods,
dark wood,
for head,
for wide,
for word,
hard wood,
or head,
or word,
sore head,
board stood,
coarse goods,
court stood,
doors stood,
force pulled,
george pulled,
george stood,
horse pulled,
north stood,
porch stood,
raw wool,
stored goods

3 syllables:
exhaust hood,
among woods,
before stood,
myall wood,
coral wood,
guaiac wood,
sapan wood,
among goods,
because goods,
exhaust hoods,
export goods,
exports stood,
maurice stood,
moral good,
morris stood,
record stood

4 syllables:
angora wool

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