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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with munster:

2 syllables:
just her,
thrust her,
trust her,
mon khmer,
non juror,
gen xer,
van der,
von der,
blood stirred,
brushed her,
cupped her,
del sur,
fun fur,
men wore,
sun spurge,
ten per,
was stirred,
won spurs,
ben hur,
but her,
can search,
can serve,
can turn,
cut her,
done her,
get her,
just heard,
let her,
must turn,
non term,
parent earth,
put her,
ran her,
shut her,
then her,
then turn,
ust urt,
when her,
won her,
young kaiser,
chief kaiser,
mal de mer,
pas de bourrĂ©e,
fixed her,
hugged her,
jump turn,
loved her,
loves her,
rubbed her,
shrugged her,
blood spurt,
bucks worth,
can cure,
currant worm,
front church,
front curve,
front shirt,
front third,
grunt work,
ml per,
much per,
parent church,
parent nerve,
parents heard,
parents serve,
peroneal nerve,
pulse curve,
sergeant burke,
struck spurs,
tulle skirt,
bent her,
kissed her,
missed her,
pressed her,
sent her,
since her,
spent her,
flung her,
gum myrrh,
has her,
la mer,
schon durch


3 syllables:
convinced her,
becomes rougher,
urban search,
becomes tougher,
comfort her,
agents serve,
extent serve,
extent worth,
extra flour,
ireland church,
orange bird,
orange shirt,
scleral spur,
assist her,
convince her,
expressed her,
prevent her,
become her


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