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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with affirming:

2 syllables:
flour being,
her being,
younger being,
sperm being,
worth aiming,
firm in,
per min,
stern being,
term in,
birth being,
church being,
church thing,
clerk being,
curve being,
earth being,
earth things,
erl king,
firm is,
flour mill,
heard being,
her things,
her think,
her wings,
jurors being,
khmer kings,
nerve being,
nurse being,
per mil,
per mill,
per mille,
purse being,
search being,
shirt being,
skirt being,
term is,
term it,
third being,
third thing,
verse being,
work being,
worse thing,
worth being,
worth hiring,
firms being,
firms hiring,
germs being,
terms being,
worms being,
burn in,
her tongue,
her young,
learn in,
turn him,
turn in,
worn in,
bird in,
birth in


3 syllables:
attar singh,
offer being,
research aiming,
return being,
buyer being,
clear thing,
confirm his,
confirm it,
deserve being,
drawer being,
expert being,
flower being,
furry thing,
layer being,
lower being,
mayor being,
offer things,
offered being,
offers being,
our being,
our king,
player being,
power being,
power thing,
prayer being,
prior being,
query being,
research being,
reverse being,
reverse swing,
thorough chewing,
toward aiding,
tower being,
truer thing,
clearly aiming,
offer young,
return in,
sojourn in,
afford him


4 syllables:
employer being,
employer hiring,
entire being,
entire thing


Some other possibilities:

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