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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dispersed:

2 syllables:
his first,
his thirst,
his worst,
is cursed,
is first,
paris first,
this first,
cheer burst,
quick burst,
spring burst,
there burst,
which burst,
aiming first,
being cursed,
being first,
being nursed,
bridge first,
bring first,
chris worked,
click first,
firing first,
here first,
him first,
in first,
is worked,
it first,
quick first,
smith first,
split first,
spring first,
still first,
string first,
switch first,
there first,
thing first,
touching first,
were cursed,
were first,
which first,
will first,
with first,
christ first,
fierce thirst,
his shirt,
its first,
its worst,
kissed first,
prince first,
ships first,
since first,
being burnt,
crisp shirt,
his purse,
there burnt,
were burnt,
being searched,
being worked,
it worked,
smith worked,
still worked,
stitch worked,
strip searched,
there learnt,
there lurked,
there worked,
thing worked,
trick worked,
were worked,
which worked,
douglas first,
press first,
springs burst,
stress first

3 syllables:
adding first,
appear first,
asking first,
berlin first,
career first,
commit first,
until first,
assist first,
bishop hurst,
consist first,
exist first,
lewis first,
tissue first,
disperse light,
whisper passed,
whisper sweet,
access burst,
excess burst,
access first,
advice first,
alice first,
arise first,
assess first,
express first,
office first,
possess first,
progress first

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See dispersed used in context: 12 rhymes, 10 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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