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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with minturn:

2 syllables:
him turn,
his turn,
quick turn,
this turn,
which turn,
will turn,
clint turned,
cousin turned,
quinn turned,
is worn,
still burn,
there learn,
were worn,
will burn,
can turn,
then turn,
being turned,
in term,
singh turned,
spring turned,
spring turns,
thing turned,
thing turns,
chris turned,
christ turned,
christ turns,
fritz stern,
is turned,
its turn,
mitch turned,
paris turned,
pierre turned,
quick turns,
smith turned,
smith turns,
still learn,
still turned,
still turns,
switch turned,
switch turns,
there turned,
there turns,
this turned,
were turned,
which turned,
which turns,
will earn,
will learn,
it turned,
it turns,
prince turned,
since turned,
can learn,
left turn,
must turn,
step turn,
being burned,
being burnt,
being learned,
his term,
mid term,
near term,
thing learned,
this term

3 syllables:
devlin turned,
winter in,
winter on,
career turned,
conflict turned,
conflict turns,
filter in,
river tern,
singer in,
sister in,
their turn,
until turned,
victor in,
dinner in,
dinner on,
dinner turned,
ginny turned,
printer and,
winner in,
winter and,
winter scene,
winter when,
winter wren,
winters in

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