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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with submaxillary:

3 syllables:
been firmly,
big dirty,
big hurry,
bill murphy,
bill murray,
chequer tree,
dinner he,
dinner we,
figured he,
figured she,
figured we,
figure he,
figure vii,
figure viii,
figure we,
fixed firmly,
flicker free,
hill murray,
him sternly,
hinder me,
his curly,
his dirty,
his early,
his earthly,
his journey,
his mercy,
his thirty,
his worldly,
injure me,
ir ie,
is dirty,
is early,
is firmly,
is thirty,
is worthy,
its early,
its earthly,
its journey,
it early,
it firmly,
jigger flea,
jim murray,
king gary,
liz hurley,
miss burney,
mister e,
mr cci,
mr ci,
mr lee,
picture he,
picture we,
pink jersey,
printers key,
quiver tree,
richard lee,
richard leigh,
rick kirby,
river dee,
river rhône,
river sea,
river spree,
silver tea,
since early,
still early,
still firmly,
this early,
this earthly,
this journey,
this worldly,
tick worry,
timber tree,
tim murray,
tyburn tree,
ville marie,
which early,
whither he,
whither she,
whither we,
winter he,
with curly,
with dirty,
with early,
with marie,
with thirty,
with turkey,
with worry

4 syllables:
consider me,
consider three,
deliver me,
until early,
within thirty

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