Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with high church:

2 syllables:
price search,
guide search,
might search,
night search,
white birch,
gray birch,
space search,
price surge,
bright earth,
cries heard,
dried earth,
eye worm,
light earth,
might turn,
night heard,
ride herd,
right turn,
slice serve,
strike earth,
while earth,
white earth,
blind search,
drive her,
give her,
guide her,
hide her,
like her,
teils durch,
time her,
while her,
white chert,
write her,
buy her

3 syllables:
combine search,
design search,
excite search,
provide search,
gerade durch,
unlike earth,
leisure which,
admire her,
aside her,
cider which,
combined search,
defined search,
describe her,
driver which,
einer durch,
einer woche,
entire earth,
fiber which,
fighter which,
finer pitch,
forgive her,
glider which,
heifer which,
higher pitch,
higher reach,
higher which,
lighter which,
liner which,
minor which,
niger which,
precise search,
primer which,
provide her,
provides search,
rider which,
spider which,
tiger which,
timer which,
unlike her,
viper which,
wider reach,
wider search,
writer which,
buyer which,
dryer which,
fire which,
prior which

4 syllables:
entire search,
compiler which,
designer which,
desired search,
divider which,
provider which,
entire batch,
entire beach,
entire cache,
entire catch,
entire dutch

5 syllables:
signifier which

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