Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with elixir:

3 syllables:
dwelling there,
ellis spear,
selling there,
swelling there,
telling there,
ethics there,
vedic seers,
bearing there,
begin there,
blessing there,
breathing there,
getting there,
guessing there,
heading there,
leading there,
lenin there,
marriage there,
marriage were,
perish there,
reading there,
setting there,
severe there,
sharing there,
spreading there,
tennis there,
wedding there,
dwellings there,
elvis year,
ethics in,
ethics is,
shell liquid,
their fear,
welling tears,
relics there,
helix pitch,
helix which,
methinks there,
selling cigars,
their rear,
their sphere,
clinic there,
critic pierre,
critic there,
drilling there,
dwelling where,
epoch there,
killing there,
melon pear,
nevin sayre,
presence here,
selling where,
swelling where,
telling where,
willing there,
begins there,
dwellings in,
eric xiv,
readings there,
readings were,
settings there

4 syllables:
endemic there,
express sincere,
excessive shear,
rhetoric there,
selling career,
selling their,
smelling their,
spelling their,
swelling their,
telling their,
yelling their,
appendix there,
domestic sphere,
helical gear,
athletic wear,
develop there,
developed here,
metallic sphere

5 syllables:
america appear,
america there,
america were,
compelling their,
embellish their,
expelling their,
propelling their,
repelling their,
retelling their,
athletic career

7 syllables:
peripatetic career

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