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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with entrepreneurship:

2 syllables:
curl lip,
her lip,
her hip,
her grip,
her lips,
her trip,
her hips,
search ships,
burn up,
chirk up,
churn up,
curl up,
earth up,
firm up,
her cup,
perk up,
serve up,
stirred up,
stirs up,
turn up,
word up,
work up,
church in,
church is,
her chin,
search in,
search is,
surge in,
urge him,
bird in,
bird is,
birth in,
birth is,
birth there,
bur fish,
burn in,
burn it,
clerk in,
crores in,
curb bit,
cure him,
cure in,
cure is,
cure it,
curve in,
curve is,
dirt in,
earn his,
earth in,
earth is,
earth there,
firm in,
firm is,
flour being,
flour bin,
flour mill,
flour there,
flour which,
furor which,
girl in,
girl is,
girth itch,
heard him,
heard his,
heard in


3 syllables:
fire ship,
our ship,
lower lip,
clipper ship,
fewer ships,
fire ships,
mother ship,
motor ship,
our ships,
research ships,
rotor ship,
slower ships,
treasure ship,
turret ship,
weather ship,
offered up,
converge in,
research in,
research is,
adder which,
afford him,
afford it,
assert his,
attar singh,
concur with,
concurred in,
confirm his,
confirm it,
deserve it,
diverse in,
expert in,
expert is


4 syllables:
another ship,
container ship


5 syllables:
entrepreneurs in


Some other possibilities:

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