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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cisterns:

2 syllables:
christ turns,
his terms,
quick turns,
smith turns,
spring turns,
still turns,
switch turns,
there turns,
thing turns,
which turns,
it turns,
cousin terms,
drift terms,
in terms,
spring terms,
stiff terms,
strict terms,
swiss firms,
touching terms,
with terms,
year terms,
his nerves,
his words,
it burns,
still burns,
there burns,
which burns,
fixed terms,
its terms,
mixed terms,
chris turned,
christ serves,
christ turned,
is turned,
missed words,
mixed herbs,
mixed herds,
paris turned,
this serves,
this turned,
whisk ferns,
wrist curls,
hiring firms,
his turn,
investor earns,
this turn,
which firms,
bridge verbs,
bring girls,
bring words,
grill serves,
in birds,
in girls,
in words,
it serves,
mere words,
pitch curves,
queer birds,
queer girls,
queer words,
quick words,
smith girls,
spit curls


3 syllables:
conflict turns,
sister knows,
adding terms,
career terms,
endearing terms,
until terms,
success turns,
assist firms,
blister gas,
filter noise,
issue turns,
mirror turns,
river turns,
sister louise,
sister was,
sisters whose,
spirit turns,
device turns,
mister jones,
sister agnes,
sister jones,
sister needs,
sister nodes,
sister towns,
sister whose,
access terms,
adding words,
admit girls,
asking girls,
career girls,
endearing words,
express terms,
expressed terms,
office terms


4 syllables:
resistor noise,
explicit terms,
resistor whose


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See cisterns used in context: 2 poetry verses, 1 Bible passage

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