Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with trimurti:

3 syllables:
kipper tie,
with thirty,
being early,
bring early,
dinner early,
in early,
richard dewey,
richard i,
spring early,
cipher key,
differ by,
his early,
is early,
killer bee,
paris early,
river by,
river early,
still early,
there early,
thick curly,
this early,
were early,
which early,
with early,
being thirty,
bring thirty,
in thirty,
inner beauty,
inner teeth,
tearing hurry,
chris murphy,
clear by,
clear early,
clear why,
click query,
his mercy,
his thirty,
is thirty,
nicker tree,
quick curtsy,
sheer mercy,
there thirty,
were thirty,
with mercy,
zipper teeth,
clear beauty,
tim curry,
timber tree,
collar tie,
death thirty,
some early,
summer they,
being worthy,
bring turkey,
cousin percy,
devoured by,
dined early,
dinner scene,
dinner three,
in turkey,
inner cheek,
inner peace,
inner piece,
inner realm,
inner scene,
inner sheath,
inner sheet,
inner three,
inner wheel,
revered by,
signed early,
since early,
spring journey,
thing earthly,
thing worthy

4 syllables:
berlin early,
appear early,
astir early,
career early,
consider early,
consider my,
deliver early,
until early,
appear dirty,
asking mercy,
until thirty,
extra thirty,
considered by,
delivered by,
doing early,
dying early,
going early,
growing early,
iiber die,
inner query,
richard ii,
showing early,
stirring early

5 syllables:
offering early,
reviewing early

Some other possibilities:

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