Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with merchant:

2 syllables:
her just,
firm must,
shirt tucked,
skirt tucked,
church must,
her but,
her front,
her get,
church but,
church front,
church on,
search on,
her chest,
per cent,
work just,
earth thrust,
her trust,
nurse must,
nurse rushed,
word must,
work must,
younger ones,
witch hunt,
purge nut,
urge on,
verge on,
bird on,
birth parent

3 syllables:
surgeon ought,
churches at,
churches ought,
german knight,
german night,
person at,
person not,
person ought,
research dept.,
research must,
sermon at,
sermon ought,
percha point,
research front,
research on,
burma might,
persia might,
yerba mate,
yerba maté,
yerba mat�,
blurted out,
circle at,
circle eight,
permit it,
power must,
purple light,
service at,
service it,
service ought,
service sought,
thermal light,
versus eight,
versus height,
churches might,
converge on,
persian cat,
persian right,
persian thought,
reversed shunt,
searches might,
surgeon might,
surgeon thought,
surgeon white,
surgeon wrote,
version might,
version that,
afford an,
burden light,
burden might,
burden that,
burton thought,
burton white,
burton wrote

4 syllables:
determine height,
determine it,
commercial at,
commercial light,
diurnal light,
employer must,
external light,
maternal height,
absorption at,
assertion might,
assertion that,
conversion might,
conversion rate,
conversion right,
diversion might,
excursion rate,
researches might,
admiral hewett,
apperson hearst

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See merchant used in context: 10 rhymes, 34 Shakespeare works, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, several books and articles.

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