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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with premiership:

2 syllables:
his ship,
this ship,
there shipped,
were shipped,
flip chip,
big rip,
bit lip,
his lip,
his whip,
air ship,
being shipped,
bring ships,
drill ships,
his hip,
his ships,
is shipped,
pip pip,
shear shear,
cheered up,
cheers up,
cleared up,
clears up,
geared up,
gears up,
hare lip,
reared up,
spit chips,
there chewing,
being ripped,
being whipped,
bit flip,
cheer which,
cleared his,
dear miss,
dear sir,
deer lick,
deer tick,
deers ear,
ear pick,
ear pit,
ear tick,
ear wig,
ear with,
ears in,
ere this,
fear which,
feared it,
fears in,
hear this,
hear with,
here being,
here there,
here this,
here till,
here were,
here which,
here will,
here with,
his grip,
his lips,
his trip,
hit skip,
its tip,
near beer,
near miss,
near thing,
near this,
near which,
peers in,
pierre mille,
queer fish,
queer thing,
reared in,
reindeer which,
shear pin,
shear which,
sheer being


3 syllables:
their ship,
their ships,
to cheer ship,
clipper chip,
a near thing,
appear there,
appear thick,
appear which,
appear with,
appeared in,
appears here,
appears in,
career being,
career there,
career which,
career with,
careers in,
hamir singh


5 syllables:
ionosphere which


Some other possibilities:

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