Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with entrepreneurship:

7 letters:
her lip,
her hip,
burn up,
curl up,
firm up,
her cup,
perk up,
turn up,
word up,
work up,
bird in,
bird is,
burn in,
burn it,
cure in,
cure is,
cure it,
dirt in,
firm in,
firm is,
girl in,
girl is

8 letters:
curl lip,
her grip,
her lips,
her trip,
her hips,
chirk up,
churn up,
earth up,
serve up,
stirs up,
her chin,
surge in,
urge him,
birth in,
birth is,
bur fish,
clerk in,
curb bit,
cure him,
curve in,
curve is,
earn his,
earth in,
earth is,
heard in,
our ship

9 letters:
church in,
church is,
search in,
search is,
crores in,
flour bin,
heard him,
heard his,
fire ship,
lower lip,
our ships,
afford it,
expert in,
expert is

10 letters:
stirred up,
flour mill,
girth itch,
fire ships,
motor ship,
rotor ship,
offered up,
afford him,
assert his,
confirm it,
deserve it,
diverse in

11 letters:
birth there,
earth there,
flour being,
flour there,
flour which,
furor which,
fewer ships,
mother ship,
turret ship,
converge in,
research in,
research is,
adder which,
attar singh,
concur with,
confirm his

12 letters:
search ships,
clipper ship,
slower ships,
weather ship,
concurred in,
another ship

13 letters:
treasure ship

14 letters:
research ships,
container ship

16 letters:
entrepreneurs in

Some other possibilities:

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