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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with concurrent:

2 syllables:
firm must,
her just,
shirt tucked,
skirt tucked,
her an,
her but,
her front,
her get,
her on,
per an,
sur un,
sur une,
wore an,
wore on,
sur les,
a front,
a parent,
her aunt,
her it,
ice front,
ideal parent,
l shunt,
on front,
per cent,
to hunt,
wore it,
church must,
earth thrust,
fur up,
her as,
her trust,
her up,
nurse must,
nurse rushed,
per le,
sur l',
sur le


3 syllables:
current at,
current height,
german knight,
german night,
lower hutt,
neural net,
offer an,
offer on,
person at,
person not,
person ought,
sermon at,
sermon ought,
surgeon ought,
treasure hunt,
entre les,
current to,
offer hints,
offer it,
burma might,
persia might,
yerba mate,
yerba maté,
yerba mat�,
blurted out,
churches at,
churches ought,
circle at,
circle eight,
entre le,
offer as,
offer up,
offer us,
permit it,
power must,
purple light,
research dept.,
research must,
serous coat,
service at,
service it,
service ought,
service sought,
thermal light,
versus eight,
versus height


4 syllables:
admiral hewett,
admiral knight,
determine height,
determine it,
deterrent to,
admiral might,
admiral foote,
admiral looked,
admiral thought,
admiral wrote,
commercial at,
commercial light,
diurnal light,
employer must,
external light,
maternal height


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