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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with linear b:

2 syllables:
in here,
quill nib,
tin ear,
big eared,
big ears,
chin hills,
cuillin hills,
his ears,
in its,
prick eared,
quick eared,
still hears,
there reared,
were reared,
pen nib,
being here,
him here,
thing here,
chin in,
click here,
did hear,
hear! hear,
hear, hear,
hear hear,
his ear,
in. if,
in. in,
in. it,
in him,
in his,
in in,
in is,
in it,
in nick,
in tears,
in years,
inn in,
inn is,
is here,
it here,
min in,
near here,
pin in,
pin is,
ridge rib,
sin in,
sin is,
sit here,
skin in,
skin is,
smith there,
stick bib,
still hear,
still here,
this here,
tin is,
were here,
which here,
will hear,
will here,
win him,
win his,
win in,
win it,
with here,
being its,
being near,
bring its,
climb hills,
cousin pierre,
cousin there,
hill near,
him near,
his nibs,
in. there,
in fear,
in fere,
in gear,
in rear,
in sir,
in there,
in year,
is near,
it near,
lierne rib,
skim milk


3 syllables:
blainville ears,
switching hub,
berlin in,
berlin years,
inner ears,
resin is,
slipping rib,
virgin in,
berlin there,
inner ear,
inner jib,
singing robes,
until near


4 syllables:
hasidic rebbe


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