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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with conferral:

2 syllables:
per le,
sur l',
sur le,
per ml,
sur les,
per il,
fur up,
her an,
her as,
her on,
her up,
per an,
sur un,
sur une,
wore an,
wore on,
der waals,
fleur de sel,
her pulse,
per ha,
younger colleague,
a dull,
a girl,
a rural,
a s l,
ad val,
ais l,
an earl,
an html,
an xml,
are dull,
as al,
as le,
burr cell,
by al,
by l.,
by le,
el al,
en el,
flour mill,
her all,
her cell,
her full,
her health,
her help,
her till,
her well,
her whole,
her will,
ideal rural,
kaiser bill,
kaiser health,
l. l.,
l l,
nurse cell,
o. l.,
o l,
of al,
of el,
of rural,
on pearl,
on rural,
os cal,
ou le,
per cell,
per mil,
per mill,
per mille,
see l.,
si l',
si le,
spur cell,
spur shell,
u l,
us gal,
y el,
bird has,
bird on,
birth as,
burn up,
chirk up,
church as,
church has,
church on


3 syllables:
entre le,
entre les,
offer an,
offer as,
offer on,
offer up,
offer us,
serous cell,
shower gel,
sobre el,
entre elles,
offer health,
tower hill,
afford an,
afford us,
buyer has


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