Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with musk deer:

2 syllables:
crust there,
drunk there,
just there,
thrust there,
trunk there,
trust there,
youngest there,
douglas steere,
just here,
must hear,
must here,
douglas fir,
douglas there,
stress shear,
stress there,
struck there,
stuck there,
thus there,
thus were,
truck there,
twice there,
bum steer,
colleague there,
judge greer,
blood smear,
chief sphere,
clubs there,
clubs were,
comes near,
comes there,
cousins there,
drugs there,
drugs were,
ducks there,
front there,
guns were,
humour there,
hunch there,
judged there,
loved there,
lunch there,
lungs there,
ones were,
parent there,
pulse there,
rural sphere,
rushed there,
scales there,
scales were,
sergeant there,
shrubs there,
sums were,
supped there,
tongues there,
trucks there,
tumour there,
wales there,
whales there,
cam gear,
has there,
keg beer,
sun gear,
was cleared,
was fear,
was mere,
was near,
was sir,
was there,
blood there,
blood were,
bluff there,
brush there

3 syllables:
advice there,
arise there,
office there,
office were,
unless there,
allan greer,
acids there,
acids were,
adult there,
allan spear,
ascent there,
become freer,
becomes sheer,
becomes there,
conduct there,
enthroned there,
entrance there,
extent there,
ireland there,
ireland were,
product there,
result there,
urban sphere,
added there,
basal shear,
begun there,
buses there

4 syllables:
abuses there

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