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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with enharmonic:

6 letters:
bom in,
mom is,
tom is,
bar in,
bar is,
bog in,
car in,
car is,
cop it,
dob in,
dog in,
dog is,
dog it,
far in,
far is

7 letters:
tom mix,
john in,
john is,
john iv,
from eq,
bomb in,
calm in,
from in,
from is,
from it,
swam in,
whom in,
whom is,
whom it,
bach it,
both in,
both is,
both it,
crop in,
crop is,
dog ear,
drop in,
drop is,
drop it,
iran in

8 letters:
from eqs,
car sick,
dog tick,
got sick,
not pick,
not sick,
john xix,
bat tick,
dog hook,
from ear,
from him,
from his,
from mid,
whom his,
block in,
block is,
both him,
both his,
cause in,
cause is,
cause it,
clock in,
clock is,
cock ear,
crop ear,
drop ear,
drop his,
awake in

9 letters:
swan neck,
from milk,
drop kick,
frog kick,
hot chick,
poll pick,
spot kick,
back kick,
car wreck,
from here,
from mere,
from miss,
both here,
cause him,
cause his

10 letters:
clock tick,
rock chick,
john fiske,
john speke,
compare in,
compare it,
declare in,
declare it,
embrace it

11 letters:
trois mille,
spanish oak,
compare his,
declare his,
guitar pick

12 letters:
though thick

13 letters:
bizarre thing

14 letters:
offenbar nicht

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