Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sintered:

2 syllables:
in third,
in word,
prince heard,
since heard,
clint turned,
cousin turned,
quinn turned,
ling bird,
things heard,
did bird,
fifth third,
fig bird,
his third,
his word,
queer bird,
smear word,
this bird,
this third,
this word,
which word,
with word,
years heard,
being heard,
being stirred,
being termed,
being turned,
singh turned,
spring turned,
thing heard,
thing stirred,
thing turned,
chris heard,
chris turned,
christ turned,
in birds,
in term,
in turn,
in words,
in world,
is heard,
is termed,
is turned,
mitch turned,
paris heard,
paris turned,
pierre turned,
since served,
since third,
smith heard,
smith turned,
still heard,
still turned,
switch turned,
there heard,
there stirred,
there termed,
there turned,
this turned,
were heard,
were termed,
were turned,
which stirred,
which turned,
winter urn,
with third,
it turned,
prince turned,
print words,
print world,
since turned,
friend heard,
just heard,
when word,
being burned,
being learned

3 syllables:
devlin turned,
winter had,
until third,
benign world,
career turned,
conflict turned,
in a word,
inner third,
myna bird,
mynah bird,
sister had,
sister heard,
until turned,
virgin world,
dinner turned,
ginny turned,
printer and,
winter and,
winter bud,
winter shad,
subject heard,
adding words

4 syllables:
committee heard,
adminis tered

5 syllables:
subcommittee heard

Some other possibilities:

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