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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tainter:

2 syllables:
change her,
placed her,
hate her,
named her,
failed her,
raised her,
saved her,
waved her,
days per,
eight per,
fake fur,
makes her,
rate per,
shakes her,
weight per,
bade her,
bei der,
blame her,
changed her,
laid her,
made her,
paid her,
said her,
same term,
stained earth,
baked earth,
brain work,
chain fern,
day per,
face her,
gave her,
grain flour,
have her,
main verb,
main work,
make her,
naked earth,
payne chert,
place her,
plain church,
plain flour,
plain shirt,
plane curve,
rain bird,
raise her,
save her,
shake her,
shaped earth,
strain curve,
strange earth,
take her,
wake her,
brain nerve,
brain turned,
brain turns,
late term,
lay her,
may turn,
pay her,
plain earth,
plain terms,
plane earth,
plane turned,
plane turns,
saint church,
shane turned,
spain turned,
strain terms,
train turned


3 syllables:
regained her,
embraced her,
complaint heard,
explain her,
regain her,
became rougher,
always wore,
became her,
became tougher,
betrayed her,
beyond her,
persuade her,
attain birth,
domain search,
obtain birth,
obtain search,
obtain third,
remain firm,
romane church,
away her,
campaign turned,
complaints heard,
contain nerve,
contain terms,
domain terms,
elaine turned,
explain terms,
maintain her,
obtain terms,
refrain heard,
remain turned


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