Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with street urchin:

3 syllables:
meters in,
meter in,
peter in,
leaders in,
readers in,
dealers in,
featured in,
features in,
preachers in,
reborn in,
speakers in,
steve irwin,
teachers in,
peter chen,
leader in,
reader in,
sweet virgin,
dealer in,
deeper in,
either in,
feature in,
fever in,
neither in,
peter finch,
peter flynn,
peter lynch,
peter marin,
peter quinn,
peter since,
peter winch,
preacher in,
speaker in,
teacher in,
weaker in,
peter dunne,
peter euben,
by turning,
leader since,
meter being,
peter being,
peter irving,
reader since,
beaver skin,
deeper tinge,
either signed,
either since,
feature since,
fever since,
freies berlin,
heater which,
keeper finch,
leave berlin,
meter thick,
meter which,
neither signed,
peter kihss,
peter there,
peter which,
reach berlin,
sheep purkinje,
speaker since,
sweet herbage,
teacher since,
weaker since,
weaver finch,
east berlin,
meter is,
peter de wint,
peter grinned,
peter is,
peter iv,
peter pindar,
peter prince,
peter quince,
peter quint

4 syllables:
believers in,
believer in,
peter byrne,
peter heylin,
receiver in,
theatres in,
peter duchin,
theater in,
theatre in,
complete turning,
sea gherkin,
sea girkin,
easier in,
meter within,
peter austin,
peter coffin,
peter dicken,
peter dillon,
peter gibbon,
peter hawkins,
peter maurin,
peter mennin,
peter serkin,
peter simon

5 syllables:
oliver byrne

Some other possibilities:

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