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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tin ear:

2 syllables:
in here,
being here,
him here,
thing here,
click here,
did hear,
hear! hear,
hear, hear,
hear hear,
is here,
it here,
near here,
sit here,
smith there,
still hear,
still here,
this here,
were here,
which here,
will hear,
will here,
with here,
being near,
cousin pierre,
cousin there,
hill near,
him near,
in. there,
in fear,
in fere,
in gear,
in rear,
in sir,
in there,
in year,
is near,
it near,
were near,
with near,
can hear,
done here,
in air,
in hair,
man here,
men here,
thin air,
when near,
being there,
bring cheer,
bring there,
climb there,
cling there,
firing there,
him there,
him were,
is mere,
king were,
ring gear,
rousing cheer,
spring there,
string there,
swing there,
thing there,
things here,
touching there,
were mere,
with mere,
big eared,
big ears,
bill were,
bliss there,
bridge there,
chin in,
click there,
cliff there,
dear sir,
did there,
ditch there,
drill there,
fifth there,
fish weir,
fish were,
flourish there,
here there,
here were,
his beer


3 syllables:
berlin there,
until near,
virgin there,
doing here,
staying here,
admit there,
appear there,
appears here,
as it were,
berlin in,
blainville ears,
career there,
clear there


4 syllables:
consider here


Some other possibilities:

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