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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with grunter:

2 syllables:
van der,
von der,
brushed her,
cupped her,
fun fur,
gen xer,
just her,
men wore,
ten per,
thrust her,
trust her,
ben hur,
but her,
can turn,
cut her,
done her,
get her,
let her,
non term,
parent earth,
put her,
ran her,
shut her,
then her,
then turn,
when her,
won her,
hugged her,
loved her,
rubbed her,
shrugged her,
del sur,
loves her,
ml per,
much per,
bent her,
sent her,
spent her,
flung her,
gum myrrh,
la mer,
schon durch,
stem turn,
swung her,
under earth,
under irc,
young turk,
can learn,
can search,
can serve,
can work,
den berg,
has her,
just heard,
love her,
man purse,
mon khmer,
must turn,
non juror,
rev. ver,
struck her,
stuck her,
then work,
up her,
ust urt,
van wert,
was her,
when word,
when work,
bharat earth,
blunt terms,
can earn,
can hurt,
currant worm,
front church,
front curve,
front shirt,
front third,
front turned,
get hers,
get hurt,
grunt work,
man turned,
parent church,
parent nerve


3 syllables:
extra flour,
prevent her,
become her,
under her,
eva per´┐Ż,
urban birth,
urban church,
urban search,
uses her,
agents serve,
extent serve,
extent worth,
hunter heard,
moment her,
moyen terme


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