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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with douglas fir:

2 syllables:
was fear,
but fear,
just here,
much fear,
must hear,
must here,
stress shear,
stress there,
thus there,
thus were,
twice there,
chief sphere,
rural sphere,
has there,
was mere,
was near,
was sir,
was there,
blood there,
blood were,
bluff there,
brush there,
but mere,
but near,
but sir,
but there,
but were,
cam gear,
can there,
chief there,
clung there,
come near,
come there,
comes here,
depth there,
done there,
dutch there,
dutch were,
flood there,
flung there,
get near,
get there,
judge there,
keg beer,
let there,
man there,
man were,
man year,
men there,
men were,
much there,
put there,
skull there,
slain there,
some there,
some were,
son were,
struck there,
stuck there,
stuff there,
such there,
such were,
sun gear,
swung there,
ten were,
ten year,
then there,
then were,
tongue there,
truck there,
up near,
up there,
up were,
when sir,
when there,
young there,
bus fare,
his fear,
is fear,
this fear,
this sphere,
has ear,
has here,
was feared,
was here,
blood smear

3 syllables:
advice there,
arise there,
office there,
office were,
unless there,
office feared,
urban sphere,
added there,
begun there,
ended there,
uncle pierre,
uncle there,
allan spear,
become freer

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