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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mal de mer:

2 syllables:
mon khmer,
billed murre,
del sur,
hugged her,
loved her,
ml per,
rubbed her,
shrugged her,
van der,
von der,
gum myrrh,
chief kaiser,
non juror,
young kaiser,
brushed her,
cupped her,
just her,
thrust her,
trust her,
domed church,
fun fur,
gen xer,
judged worth,
loves her,
men wore,
moles worth,
much per,
pulse curve,
quelques heures,
ten per,
tous les jours,
tulle skirt,
billed murres,
filled her,
held her,
killed her,
pulled her,
ben hur,
but her,
cut her,
done her,
flung her,
get her,
let her,
put her,
ran her,
shut her,
sural nerve,
swung her,
then her,
when her,
won her,
blood purge,
blood surge,
collared shirt,
gödel, kurt,
gödel kurt,
has her,
love her,
loved earth,
quetzal bird,
rev. ver,
rural birth,
rural church,
rural third,
schon durch,
struck her,
stuck her,
under earth,
under irc,
up her,
was her,
cells per,
helped her


3 syllables:
become her,
becomes rougher,
adult nurse,
adult church,
result worth,
results serve,
beloved church,
cereal flour,
extra flour,
ireland church,
scleral spur,
colored nurse,
acid burn,
beloved earth,
colored church,
colored shirt,
coloured shirt,
covered her,
eva per�,
studied her,
under her,
uses her,
van der merwe,
conduct nerve,
marcel breuer


4 syllables:
recovered her


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