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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with timbered:

2 syllables:
ling bird,
did bird,
fig bird,
queer bird,
this bird,
in third,
in word,
prince heard,
since heard,
things heard,
fifth third,
his third,
his word,
smear word,
this third,
this word,
which word,
with word,
years heard,
plum bird,
being burned,
being heard,
in birds,
spring birds,
thing heard,
bridge burned,
chris heard,
flip the bird,
is burned,
is heard,
it burned,
paris heard,
queer birds,
smith heard,
still burned,
still heard,
there burned,
there heard,
were burned,
were heard,
which burned,
with birds,
with third,
young bird,
bell bird,
egg bird,
love bird,
moor bird,
puff bird,
quetzal bird,
rare bird,
sedge bird,
some third,
some word,
being learned,
being merged,
being served,
being stirred,
being surveyed,
being termed,
being turned,
bring words,
bring world,
clint turned,
cousin turned,
in words,
in world,
quinn turned,
since served,
since third,
singh turned,
spring turned,
string words,
thing learned,
thing stirred,
thing turned,
touching words


3 syllables:
until third,
doing bird,
flying bird,
myna bird,
mynah bird,
appear blurred,
dickey bird,
dicky bird,
simon heard,
whidah bird,
widow bird,
jimmy heard,
timber and,
adding words,
benign world,
bishop heard,
devlin turned,
endearing words,
growing third,
in a word,
inner third,
philip heard,
playing third


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