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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with splicer:

2 syllables:
has her,
was her,
ben hur,
but her,
cut her,
done her,
flung her,
get her,
gum myrrh,
la mer,
let her,
love her,
put her,
ran her,
rev. ver,
shut her,
struck her,
stuck her,
swung her,
then her,
up her,
when her,
won her,
del sur,
douglas hurd,
just her,
thrust her,
trust her,
twice heard,
bless her,
is her,
kiss her,
miss her,
gen xer,
has heard,
loves her,
touches earth,
was heard,
was hers,
was hurt,
bharat earth,
brushed her,
can earn,
can hurt,
chief heard,
cupped her,
dutch church,
fun fur,
get hers,
get hurt,
hugged her,
judge heard,
la verne,
loved her,
men wore,
ml per,
mother earth,
much per,
rubbed her,
scrub bird,
shrugged her,
struck earth,
ten per,
terra firme,
terra verde,
touch a nerve,
touched a nerve,
u turn,
upper earth,
van der,
von der,
young earth,
blood surge,
can search,
can serve,
cuss word,
douglas kirk,
just heard,
must turn


3 syllables:
uses her,
become her,
eva per�,
alice heard,
office heard,
office search,
express her,
below her,
cover her,
eva perón,
extra flour,
extra shirt,
extra verse,
extra work,
uncle heard,
advice worth,
extra spurt,
notice her,
office girl,
office nurse


4 syllables:
area per


Some other possibilities:

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