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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ligature:

3 syllables:
brick color,
brick colour,
click color,
click other,
quick color,
quick cover,
thick collar,
thick cover,
thick upper,
tick collar,
aiding other,
being other,
bring other,
bring utter,
did other,
given her,
hiring other,
his offer,
his other,
his summer,
his supper,
his upper,
his utter,
if other,
in other,
in upper,
in utter,
is other,
split other,
stiff upper,
still offer,
still other,
there offer,
there other,
thing other,
this offer,
this other,
this summer,
this upper,
touching other,
ville libre,
visit her,
were other,
which offer,
which other,
will offer,
with other,
with upper,
with utter,
arris gutter,
his mature,
rear gunner,
shear rupture,
pisgah church,
began her,
big hitter,
michael scheuer,
8 bit color,
brick covered,
brick under,
bring color,
bring colour,
bring major,
dish cover,
drill collar,
drink other,
gear cutter,
gill cover,
his collar,
his major,
his sojourn


4 syllables:
enrich other,
adding other,
admit other,
appear other,
asking other,
career other,
commit other,
forbid other,
fulfil other,
fulfill other,
submit other,
transmit other,
until other,
veronis suhler,
appear mature,
trigger other,
until mature,
become mature,
adding color,
adding colour,
afflict other,
clear color,
clear colour,
clear cover,
commit major,
conflict other,
depict other,
enrich others,
fulfill major


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