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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with researches:

2 syllables:
ber is,
birds is,
bird is,
birth is,
burned his,
church is,
curd is,
curled his,
cursed his,
curves is,
curve is,
earned his,
earns his,
earn his,
earth is,
firms is,
firm is,
first his,
first is,
girls is,
girl is,
heard his,
heard is,
hers is,
her his,
her is,
hurled his,
hurt his,
irr is,
jerked his,
learned his,
learned is,
learn his,
learn is,
nerve is,
nursed his,
nurse is,
pursed his,
searched his,
search is,
served his,
serve his,
shirt is,
spurred his,
terms is,
term is,
third is,
turned his,
turns his,
turn his,
turn is,
twirled his,
urged his,
verb is,
verse is,
were his,
words is,
word is,
worked his,
works is,
work his,
work is,
worlds is,
world is,
worse is,
worst is,
worth his,
worth is

3 syllables:
assert his,
concerned is,
concerns is,
concern is,
confirmed his,
confirm his,
disturb his,
divert his,
observed his,
observed is,
observe his,
occurred is,
occurs is,
occur is,
preserve his,
research is,
reserves is,
reserve is,
returned his,
returns is,
return his,
return is,
reversed his,
reverse is,
transferred his,
transfer his,
transfer is

4 syllables:
reaffirmed his,
reaffirm his,
reassert his

5 syllables:
entrepreneur is

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