Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bur reed:

2 syllables:
her need,
bird feed,
curse seemed,
fern seed,
flour yield,
her needs,
her real,
nurse seemed,
pearl weed,
quirk bead,
verse seemed,
church creed,
first read,
der zeit,
flour wheat,
her feet,
her seat,
birth these,
earth these,
fur piece,
fur seal,
her cheek,
her deep,
her feel,
her knees,
her leave,
her niece,
her peace,
her teeth,
per week,
spur wheel,
worth these,
wurde diese,
may read,
now read,
or read,
star read,
they read,
to read,
were read,
who read,
you read,
birth seemed,
church field,
church needs,
church seemed,
clerk seemed,
curve needs,
earth field,
earth needs

3 syllables:
clearly had,
clearly heard,
clergy had,
offer seemed,
our need,
reverse speed,
ever read,
never read,
obscure field,
paper read,
perry and,
offer sheet,
ember week,
offer cheap,
offer peace,
offer these,
uber geek,
unearth these,
offer reached,
adder creek,
blower speed,
buyer needs,
clear field,
clear needs,
clearly aimed,
clearly and,
clearly did,
clearly earned,
clearly erred,
clearly shewed,
clearly showed,
clearly viewed,
clergy and,
clergy showed,
curly haired,
curly heads,
dirty and,
dirty word,
diverse field,
diverse needs,
dyers weed,
earlier urged,
early and,
early bird,
early showed,
early third,
early wood

4 syllables:
earlier had,
earlier heard

5 syllables:
entrepreneur needs

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