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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dunbird:

2 syllables:
plum bird,
love bird,
puff bird,
quetzal bird,
when word,
some third,
some word,
tongue furred,
young third,
bug word,
buzz word,
cuss word,
just heard,
rural third,
skunk bird,
some birds,
young birds,
blood burned,
chief heard,
den berg,
douglas hurd,
front third,
front turned,
has heard,
judge heard,
man turned,
mayan world,
parents heard,
sergeant turned,
terra verde,
then turned,
twice burned,
twice heard,
was burned,
was heard,
parent birds,
strand birds,
ling bird,
bell bird,
did bird,
egg bird,
fig bird,
friend heard,
in third,
in word,
moor bird,
prince heard,
since heard,
this bird,
comes third,
man purse,
some words,
tongue curled,
tongue turned,
van wert,
young birch,
young world,
blood stirred,
blood surged,
blood turned,
but words,
can learn,
can search,
can serve,
can turn


3 syllables:
orange bird,
become blurred,
number had,
summer bird,
alice heard,
has a bird,
hunter heard,
office heard,
thunder heard,
uncle heard,
urban birth,
urban world,
brian heard,
glutton bird,
mutton bird,
become curved,
become learned,
become words,
become world,
dimly heard,
somehow heard,
acid burn,
added words,
alice turned,
below third,
brothers heard


4 syllables:
amanda heard



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