Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with humdinger:

3 syllables:
can differ,
grund ihrer,
stem ginger,
but differ,
cam river,
come nearer,
comes hither,
glove finger,
putting her,
some inner,
clubbed finger,
come hither,
gloved finger,
j.-a. miller,
losing her,
mud digger,
rubbing her,
something heard,
using her,
front inner,
young miner,
blood thinner,
butte miner,
chemung river,
conne river,
creighton miller,
dan river,
don river,
douglas rimmer,
han river,
kan river,
karun river,
nan river,
rushed hither,
saigon river,
sun pillar,
sun pitcher,
sun visor,
tongue river,
twice winner,
young miller,
young pitcher,
young river,
blood liver,
blood river,
bug river,
chalk river,
chief pillar,
chief river,
chuck miller,
d.a.b. miller,
douglas biber,
douglas fisher,
douglas miller,
douglas shearer,
dup killer,
dutch river,
gas fitter,
gas liquor,
judge fisher,
judge miller,
much bigger,
much nearer,
much richer,
pet sitter,
sending her,
shyok river,
sprague river,
up river,
was bigger,
was bitter,
was nearer,
youthful vigor,
blunt finger,
lunch dinner,
schon immer,
can discern

4 syllables:
become dearer,
become thinner,
become bigger,
become bitter,
become richer,
become thicker,
summer dinner,
becomes dearer,
extra finger,
grimy finger,
unnamed river,
agusan river,
allan miller,
urban river,
added vigor,
advice giver,
alice miller,
emil fischer,
osage river,
venuss slipper,
urban inner,
becomes inert,
becomes thinner

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