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

7 letters:
was sir


8 letters:
cam gear,
keg beer,
sun gear,
was fear,
was mere,
was near


9 letters:
just here,
must hear,
must here,
thus were,
bum steer,
guns were,
ones were,
sums were,
has there,
was there


10 letters:
just there,
thus there,
clubs were,
comes near,
drugs were,
blood were,
acids were


11 letters:
crust there,
drunk there,
trunk there,
trust there,
douglas fir,
stuck there,
truck there,
twice there,
judge greer,
blood smear,
clubs there,
comes there,
drugs there,
ducks there,
front there,
hunch there,
loved there,
lunch there,
lungs there,
pulse there,
scales were,
wales there,
was cleared,
blood there,
bluff there,
brush there,
arise there,
office were,
allan greer,
acids there,
adult there,
allan spear,
added there,
basal shear,
begun there,
buses there


12 letters:
thrust there,
stress shear,
stress there,
struck there,
chief sphere,
humour there,
judged there,
parent there,
rural sphere,
rushed there,
scales there,
shrubs there,
supped there,
trucks there,
tumour there,
whales there,
advice there,
office there,
unless there,
ascent there,
become freer,
extent there,
ireland were,
result there,
urban sphere,
abuses there


13 letters:
douglas there,
cousins there,
tongues there,
becomes sheer,
becomes there,
conduct there,
ireland there,
product there


14 letters:
youngest there,
douglas steere,
sergeant there,
entrance there


15 letters:
colleague there,
enthroned there



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