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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with acinar:

2 syllables:
in her,
win her,
being her,
bring her,
him her,
touching her,
bit her,
did her,
fill her,
hear her,
hid her,
hit her,
if her,
is her,
it her,
kill her,
kiss her,
miss her,
near her,
pick her,
till her,
were her,
which her,
wish her,
with her,
in der,
in earth,
in per,
inner earth,
since her,
twin earth,
ben hur,
done her,
ran her,
then her,
when her,
won her,
being heard,
being hurt,
bring earth,
brings her,
spring earth,
thing heard,
think her,
touching earth,
big sur,
bis zur,
bitter earth,
brick earth,
chris heard,
chris searle,
cleared her,
filled her,
gripped her,
his search,
is heard,
it hurt,
killed her,
kissed her,
lift her,
missed her,
mit der,
mitch bouyer,
paris heard,
picked her,
slipped her,
smith heard,
still heard,
still learn,
still wore,
there heard,
thick curve,
thick earth,
this earth,
this search,
were heard,
were hurt,
which church,
will earn,
will hurt,
will learn,
wished her,
with earth,
with hers,
with third,
year per

3 syllables:
asking her,
until her,
convince her,
virgin earth,
doing her,
drawing her,
knowing her,
seeing her,
showing her,
throwing her,
assist her

4 syllables:
offering her,
consider her,
encourage her

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