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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rote learning:

3 syllables:
throat burning,
no turning,
coal burning,
stove burning,
throat working,
gross earning,
motor being,
roller being,
rotor being,
slow burning,
those earning,
wrote irving,
wrote urging,
lower earning,
close working,
gross working,
holder being,
known working,
older being,
shoulder being,
shown working,
stone working,
those serving,
those working,
whole working,
whose working,
boats working,
mohar singh,
now working,
owner being,
smoke curling,
to working,
toe curling,
to turn in,
gross earnings,
lower being,
molars being,
motor firing,
motor kings,
motor wiring,
motors being,
polar rings,
roller rink,
rollers being,
those earnings,
toward aiding,
voters being,
whose earnings,
oil burning,
point turning,
voice turning,
cold forging,
cold working,
lower earnings


4 syllables:
promote working,
remote working,
motor turning,
rotor turning,
lower turning,
total earnings,
above working,
alone working,
approach working,
proposed turning,
toward turning,
towards earning,
composer being,
enclosure being,
exposure being,
motor working,
nobler being,
nobler thing,
october being,
slowly burning,
slowly turning,
women earning,
toward earning,
motor going,
motor having,
motor housing,
motor using,
roller weighing,
rotary wing,
rotor having,
rotor housing,
rotors turning,
slower burning,
solar heating,
total nursing,
total working,
voter having,
avoid burning,
avoid turning,
body surfing,
motor running,
proposed wording,
proposed working


5 syllables:
moreover being,
people earning


6 syllables:
alveolar lining


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