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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with premiere:

2 syllables:
big air,
big hair,
his air,
his hair,
in air,
in hair,
mid air,
still air,
thin air,
this air,
were rare,
which air,
with air,
with hair,
being where,
bid fair,
big bear,
bliss where,
brick where,
bridge where,
click share,
click where,
cliff where,
climb where,
crit care,
ditch where,
drill where,
flourish where,
grill where,
here where,
hill where,
him where,
his bare,
his care,
his chair,
his fair,
his heirs,
his share,
his spare,
in care,
in fair,
in rare,
is fair,
is rare,
is where,
it fair,
it where,
its air,
near where,
niche where,
paris where,
parish where,
pitch where,
ridge where,
ringed hair,
skill where,
sling chair,
smith where,
sphere where,
split hairs,
split where,
spring where,
stick where,
stiff chair,
stiff haired,
stiff hairs,
still share,
still where,
string where,
strip where,
swing chair,
swing where,
switch where,
there where,
thick haired,
thick hairs,
thick where,
thing herein,
thing where,
this chair,
this fair,
this pair

3 syllables:
clear air,
admit where,
appear herein,
appear where,
asking where,
berlin where,
career where,
clear the air,
clear where,
jewish share,
river aire,
their air,
their hair

4 syllables:
louisville where,
stratosphere where

5 syllables:
ionosphere where

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