Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with have words:

2 syllables:
brave girls,
cage birds,
chase birds,
eight birds,
game birds,
phase birds,
plain sherds,
slave girls,
stray birds,
trail herds,
based terms,
brain learns,
brain serves,
brain turns,
brake ferns,
chain serves,
chase girls,
claim terms,
claim turns,
eight firms,
eight girls,
eighth nerves,
faith turns,
flame burns,
frame serves,
frayed nerves,
grade girls,
male ferns,
phase curves,
phase serves,
phase terms,
phrase serves,
place turns,
place verbs,
plague germs,
plain girls,
plain terms,
plane curves,
plane turns,
plate serves,
same terms,
scale firms,
scale serves,
scale terms,
space curves,
space terms,
space turns,
stage firms,
stage serves,
stage terms,
stage turns,
state firms,
state serves,
state verbs,
states serves,
strain curves,
strain terms,
strange herbs,
take turns,
trade firms,
trade terms,
trail curves,
trail turns,
train girls,
vague terms,
weight curves

3 syllables:
concave curves,
female birds,
female worms,
frigate birds,
create worlds,
female worlds,
always serves,
always turns,
contain germs,
contain terms,
contain verbs,
create curves,
detail serves,
domain terms,
estate firms,
explain terms,
female terms,
obtain curves,
obtain terms,
retail firms,
avait toujours

4 syllables:
japanese firms,
japanese girls,
japanese terms,
japanese verbs,
predicate verbs,
uncertain terms,
behavior cause,
behavior shows,
behavior these,
behavior was,
behaviors as,
behaviors whose,
aggregate terms

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