Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with flittered:

2 syllables:
being heard,
chris heard,
is heard,
paris heard,
smith heard,
still heard,
there heard,
thing heard,
were heard,
with third,
being earned,
being hurled,
being urged,
did bird,
fifth third,
fig bird,
his third,
his word,
in third,
in word,
is served,
is urged,
it turned,
ling bird,
prince heard,
queer bird,
reindeer herds,
since heard,
skill learned,
smear word,
smith urged,
still urged,
there urged,
thick curved,
things heard,
this bird,
this third,
this word,
were urged,
which earned,
which urged,
which word,
with word,
years heard,
a bird,
a kid,
a third,
a word,
are heard,
as did,
as third,
as word,
chief heard,
claire heard,
douglas hurd,
el cid,
encoun tered,
has heard,
judge heard,
l did,
of third,
of word,
off grid,
off the grid,
on third,
pharaoh heard,
scrub bird,
surely heard,
terra verde,
they heard,
twice heard,
us did,
was heard,
who heard,
yet heard,
you heard,
being hurt,
it hurt,
were hurt,
will hurt,
bitter earth

3 syllables:
billy heard,
clear and,
clear guide,
clear heads,
clear ideal,
jimmy heard,
lewis heard,
pier and,
river had,
river head,
until third,
alice heard,
clear day,
office heard,
uncle heard,
clear at,
clear height,
clear it,
clear out

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