Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dunkirk:

2 syllables:
douglas kirk,
young turk,
young clerk,
can work,
some work,
then work,
under irc,
when work,
but work,
clutch perch,
get work,
judge burke,
much work,
scut work,
such work,
tut work,
up work,
was work,
chief clerk,
tongue worked,
young turks,
skunk works,
young clerks,
grunt work,
men worked,
sergeant burke,
some works,
then worked,
young girl,
bluff worked,
brush works,
chief works,
douglas worked,
dutch works,
gas works,
gödel, kurt,
gödel kurt,
has worked,
judge works,
krupp works,
leg curl,
must work,
rural works,
stress curve,
stuff works,
such works,
tongue fern,
tongue furred,
tongue worm,
was worked,
young birch,
young bird,
young church,
young learn,
young nurse,
young third,
youthful works,
junk hook,
chief clerks,
skunk bird,
struck earth,
tongue curled,
young earth,
him work,
in work,
them work,
chris burke,
den berg,
did work,
foot work,
good work,
his work,
is work,
it work,
lip work

3 syllables:
extra clerk,
office work,
extra work,
office clerk,
brian burke,
urban works,
alice worked,
busy work,
extra clerks,
major work,
office worked,
office works,
other work,
put to work,
uncle worked,
bunker hill,
bunker oil,
david kirke,
extra works,
hazel kirke,
office clerks,
royal clerk,
sea perch,
berlin work

4 syllables:
admiral burke

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