Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with whoreson:

2 syllables:
course an,
course on

3 syllables:
for russian,
forum on,
though russian,
forest on,
claude haton,
though bacon,
thought helen,
courses on,
forces on,
horses on,
sources on,
begotten son,
broad russian,
george allan,
or acid,
or sudden,
or uses,
small russian,
sought russian,
strong russian,
taught russian,
though britain,
though helen,
though russell,
george aston,
george hudson,
north hudson,
short ascent,
cautious in,
for heaven,
forum in,
mama san,
or hidden,
or written,
police on,
score written,
status on,
though written,
ball gudgeon,
broad asset,
call button,
called helen,
claude dablon,
cross damon,
dozen men,
for added,
for office,
moral as,
moral luck,
or added,
or office,
or renal,
pause button,
score office,
small button,
store office,
strong acid,
though jesus,
though summoned,
war office,
wrong button,
florence in,
for reason,
for recent

4 syllables:
before helen,
because helen,
afforded an,
along hudson,
among russian,
because russian,
before bacon,
recorded on,
reported an,
reported on,
restore button,
supported on,
moral lesson,
performance on,
before heaven,
before written,
enough russian,
madame husson,
author helen,
before alice,
daughter helen,
default button,
forgotten man,
paula allen,
paula heimann,
paula hyman,
trauma often,
before reason,
before recent,
explore recent

5 syllables:
moratorium on,
priority on,
clenora hudson

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