Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with verbile:

2 syllables:
flour while,
her while,
per mile,
berthe weill,
birth while,
church while,
clerk while,
crores while,
curve while,
earth while,
heard while,
her child,
her smile,
her style,
khmer style,
kurt weill,
learn while,
nerve while,
nurse while,
per child,
purse while,
search while,
serve while,
shirt while,
skirt while,
stern while,
stirred while,
terse style,
third while,
verse style,
verse while,
work while,
worse while,
worth while,
younger child,
her pale,
church aisle,
church ale,
clerk ale,
her male,
her tail,
shirt tail,
flour mite,
girl like,
her fine,
her five,
her life,
her light,
her like,
her might,
her right,
her side,
her sight,
her thighs,
her tight,
her time,
her white,
her wide,
juror might,
kaiser might,
per diem,
per line,
per night

3 syllables:
offer while,
alert while,
buyer while,
clear while,
deferred while,
drawer while,
flower while,
hurry while,
layer while,
lower while,
observe while,
offer child,
offered ideal,
offered while,
offers ideal,
offers while,
player while,
power while,
prayer while,
research ideal,
research while,
return while,
reverse while,
shower while,
tower while,
transferred while,
viewer while,
gerber file,
offer ideal,
suburbs while,
offer light,
offer might,
offer right

4 syllables:
employer while,
guitar while,
retire while

5 syllables:
entrepreneur might

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