Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tailors:

2 syllables:
trail herds,
eight terms,
eight turns,
freight terms,
may learn,
place serves,
scale earth,
space serves,
state terms,
stray birds,
stray curls,
stray words,
trait terms,
weigh words,
weight terms,
brain learns,
grain flours,
male ferns,
scale firms,
scale serves,
scale terms,
trail curves,
trail turns,
brain nerve,
day girl,
day work,
gay girl,
grace heard,
gray birch,
gray perch,
have heard,
have hurt,
late term,
may serve,
may turn,
may work

3 syllables:
sailor whose,
tailor whose,
avait toujours,
danger as,
debate turns,
delay curves,
estate terms,
female earth,
grader whose,
labor as,
labor has,
labor whose,
laser whose,
later as,
maker whose,
malay girls,
malay words,
neighbor as,
neighbor whose,
paper as,
paper has,
paper whose,
survey firms,
today learn,
today serves,
today turns,
trader whose,
detail serves,
female birds,
female jurors,
female terms,
female worms,
layer has,
layer whose,
mayor whose,
player has,
player learns,
player whose,
prayer as,
retail firms,
sailor knows,
sailors whose,
tailor these,
taylor chose,
taylor homes,
taylor innes,
taylor shows,
taylor was,
trailer homes,
always heard,
contain nerve,
dabei wurde,
delay curve,
gerade durch

4 syllables:
retailer whose,
aggregate terms,
container whose,
creator whose,
creature as,
creature whose,
predicate terms,
translator whose,
retailers whose

5 syllables:
commentator whose

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Book See tailors used in context: 4 rhymes, 6 Shakespeare works, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, several books and articles.

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