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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with vinegar:

3 syllables:
finish her,
his cigar,
bring hither,
bring inner,
bringing her,
big hitter,
crib biter,
ear inner,
giving her,
hearing her,
his inner,
killing her,
kissing her,
red deer river,
stiff finger,
still linger,
switch hitter,
thick inner,
this inner,
with inner,
within her,
being nearer,
bring nearer,
ditch digger,
finished her,
in liver,
inn river,
is bigger,
is nearer,
pinch hitter,
quinn river,
schmidt trigger,
schmitt trigger,
spinning earth,
stiff figure,
still bigger,
still nearer,
thick cigar,
with vigor,
in figure,
bring liquor,
in error,
in ever,
in other,
in upper,
in utter,
mud digger,
schon immer,
bering river,
bring dinner,
chris miller,
mitch miller,
nit picker,
ping river,
ring finger,
shit kicker,
smith miller,
spring river,
strip miner,
there recurs,
thick liquor,
wing mirror,
big dipper,
blyth river,
brick pillar,
bridge river,
chick liver,
click schiller,
digging earth,
ear finger,
filled inner,
fish finger,
giving earth,
glick schiller


4 syllables:
zaire river,
appear bigger,
appear nearer,
benign liver,
unlit cigar,
virgin river,
benign figure,
dinner cigar,
berlin never,
urban inner,
appear thicker,
clear liquor,
clear mirror,
flying hither,
going hither,
growing inner,
pier mirror,
showing inner,
unerring finger,
appear thinner,
clear river,
clear winner,
coquille river


5 syllables:
violin figure,
decaying inner,
ongoing inner


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See vinegar used in context: 11 rhymes, 3 Shakespeare works, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, several books and articles.

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