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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with disturb:

2 syllables:
his term,
his turn,
this term,
this turn,
kissed her,
missed her,
mixed herbs,
bridge verbs,
chris burke,
him turn,
his birth,
his church,
his firm,
his girl,
his nurse,
his purse,
his shirt,
his third,
his verse,
his word,
his work,
his worth,
ill turn,
in term,
in turn,
is firm,
is work,
is worn,
is worse,
is worth,
kick turn,
kiss curl,
mid term,
near term,
paris church,
quick turn,
swiss church,
this bird,
this church,
this curve,
this firm,
this girl,
this nerve,
this third,
this verse,
this word,
this work,
which turn,
will turn,
winter urn,
year term,
cesar turbay,
this tube,
being stirred,
bis zur,
bitter earth,
chris heard,
chris searle,
chris turned,
christ church,
christ turned,
christ turns,
fixed earth,
fixed term,
fritz stern,
gripped her,
his search,
his terms,
is heard,
is termed,
is turned,
it hurt,
its turn,
lift her,
missed church,
mixed earth,
paris heard,
paris turned,
picked her,
slipped her,
there stirred,
thing stirred,
this earth


3 syllables:
assist her,
bitter herb,
sister phoebe,
finite verb,
great willow herb,
sister had,
sister heard,
sister house,
sister in,
sister is,
sister of,
sister or,
sister ought,
sister whose


4 syllables:
donatist church,
nonfinite verb,
resistor whose


Some other possibilities:

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See disturb used in context: 36 rhymes, 11 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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