Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with scrub bird:

2 syllables:
chief heard,
douglas hurd,
has heard,
judge heard,
terra verde,
twice heard,
was heard,
bug word,
but turned,
buzz word,
cuss word,
get word,
has earned,
just heard,
luther urged,
mother earned,
mother urged,
rural third,
some third,
some word,
tongue furred,
twice served,
was urged,
when word,
young third,
blood burned,
some birds,
twice burned,
was burned,
young birds,
being heard,
chris heard,
claire heard,
is heard,
paris heard,
smith heard,
still heard,
there heard,
thing heard,
were heard,
with third,
yet heard,
can hurt,
get hurt,
upper earth,
was hurt,
bharat earth,
can earn,
dutch church,
get hers,
la verne,
mother earth,
struck earth,
terra firme,
touch a nerve,
touched a nerve,
touches earth,
u turn,
was hers,
young earth,
club had,
club head

3 syllables:
alice heard,
office heard,
uncle heard,
become merged,
brian heard,
brother had,
brother heard,
cutter head,
extra words,
fully heard,
luther had,
luther heard,
mother had,
mother heard,
office served,
office urged,
other had,
unless urged,
become blurred,
fibre and,
jacob heard,
number had,
rubber and,
sea birds,
eva perón,
extra shirt,
extra verse,
extra work,
office search,
blubber out,
eva per�,
extra burst,
philip heard,
supper and,
the upper hand

4 syllables:
emily heard,
officer had,
officer heard

Some other possibilities:

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