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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with acerbic:

2 syllables:
her sick,
her thick,
her book,
her big,
bird tick,
curb bit,
flour being,
flour bin,
her being,
her milk,
her quick,
her six,
her think,
kaiser bill,
neuer sicht,
turn sick,
verb in,
verb is,
younger being,
her look,
her neck,
per sec,
third deck,
bird in,
bird is,
birth in,
birth is,
birth there,
bur fish,
burn in,
burn it,
church in,
church is,
clerk in,
crores in,
cure him,
cure in,
cure is,
cure it,
curl lip,
curve in,
curve is,
dirt in,
earn his,
earth in,
earth is,
earth there,
firm in,
firm is,
flour mill,
flour there,
flour which,
furor which,
girl in,
girl is,
girth itch,
heard him,
heard his,
heard in,
heard it,
her chin,
her dear,
her fear,
her lip,
her there,
her thin,
her this,
her till,
her were,
her which,
her will,
her wish,
her with,
hers in,
hers is,
hurt him,
hurt his,
hurt in,
learn his


3 syllables:
layer thick,
offer being,
offer quick,
fire brick,
power brick,
adder which,
afford him,
afford it,
assert his,
attar singh,
concur with,
concurred in,
confirm his,
confirm it,
converge in,
deserve it,
diverse in,
expert in,
expert is


4 syllables:
guitar pick


5 syllables:
entrepreneurs in


Some other possibilities:

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