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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with upturn:

2 syllables:
can turn,
must turn,
then turn,
jump turn,
u turn,
can learn,
has worn,
was worn,
young learn,
step turn,
blood turned,
blood turns,
can earn,
chief turned,
chuck turned,
douglas turned,
dutch turned,
front turned,
has turned,
judge turned,
judge turns,
just turned,
la verne,
man turned,
must learn,
sergeant turned,
stem turns,
then turned,
then turns,
tongue turned,
touches turns,
truck turned,
twice turned,
was turned,
but turned,
cupped her,
u turns,
him turn,
his turn,
left turn,
quick turn,
this turn,
which turn,
will turn,
non term,
blood burned,
blood burns,
has learned,
has learnt,
judge burns,
judge learned,
just heard,
ken burns

3 syllables:
abrupt turns,
eva perĂ³n,
acid burn,
alice turned,
cluster in,
hedda sterne,
muster in,
office turned,
product turned,
product turns,
result turned,
result turns,
royal tern,
rupture in,
uncle turned,
butter in,
extra turns,
greater in,
putter on,
sea tern,
sea turn,
supper in,
to a turn,
upper one,
under an,
under in,
under one,
wonder in,
allan burns,
become learned,
confer on,
culture in,
culture on,
fully learn,
hunger in,
mother learn

4 syllables:
conductor in

Some other possibilities:

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