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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with numbers:

2 syllables:
comme leurs,
some birds,
ken burns,
young birds,
blood burns,
comme toujours,
get hers,
judge burns,
plum bird,
some firms,
some girls,
some words,
stem turns,
was hers,
plump birds,
won spurs,
blunt terms,
den berg,
psalm verse,
struck spurs,
strung nerves,
then turns,
tongue worms,
young birch,
young bird,
young firms,
young girls,
young worms,
blood serves,
blood turns,
blood worms,
but words,
chaebol firms,
chief terms,
chief words,
crushed herbs,
cuss words,
dutch birth,
dutch firms,
dutch girls,
dutch terms,
dutch words,
judge burke,
judge serves,
judge turns,
love bird,
puff bird,
quelques heures,
quetzal bird,
rural birth,
rural firms,
rural girls,
rural terms,
some third,
some word,
some work,
stem turn


3 syllables:
number as,
number has,
number whose,
allan burns,
become words,
number chose,
number hours,
number keys,
number shows,
number these,
number those,
number was,
summer birds,
summer highs,
become worse,
hunter whose,
under eyes,
under u.s.,
under whose,
urban birth,
urban firms,
urban girls,
urban terms,
wonder whose,
abrupt turns,
acid burn,
added terms,
added words,
adult terms,
become worth,
cluster whose,
culture as,
culture has,
culture whose,
ended terms,
expel worms,
office firms,
office girls,
office terms,
product terms,
product turns,
result turns


4 syllables:
conductor whose


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