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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with work on:

2 syllables:
earn an,
heard an,
her man,
her men,
her pen,
her son,
her then,
her when,
per man,
per ton,
serve an,
younger man,
younger men,
younger son,
church can,
curve can,
earth can,
firm can,
girl can,
her an,
nurse can,
per an,
squirt can,
sur un,
sur une,
term can,
turn can,
word can,
wore an,
clerk in,
burp gun,
her come,
squirt gun,
chirk up,
church when,
durch den,
first an,
first ten,
heard when,
her cup,
perk up,
served an,
termed an,
third man,
third son,
word when,
worse when,
wurde schon,
younger ones,
firms can,
girls can


3 syllables:
afford an,
offered an,
offers an,
return an,
uber den,
unter den,
klor con,
layer can,
offer an,
player can,
power can,
research can,
turkey hen,
affords an,
clear when,
clearly an,
early heian,
fire when,
mayor dunne,
observed an,
our man,
our men,
our son,
our sun,
power when,
pursue an,
research done,
return when,
returns an,
toward an,
author can,
circle in,
circuit in,
circus scene,
either can,
error can,
ever can,
father can,
future can,
labor can,
latter can,
leader can,
longer can


4 syllables:
employer can,
acquired an,
declared an,
offering an,
another can,
computer can


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