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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with banners:

2 syllables:
black curls,
branner earth,
class serves,
glass serves,
that turns,
track curves,
what terms,
grandes heures,
grant terms,
plant turns,
than girls,
than her,
than words,
from hers,
trois jours,
black hearse,
at term,
black curve,
black earth,
flat earth,
had heard,
had hurt,
shall learn,
staff heard,
that earth,
that hurt,
that term,
that turn,
grown herbs,
i.e.e.e. trans,
i.r.e. trans,
ideal plans,
le mans,
plan as,
plan has,
than as,
than has,
than u.s.,
trois heures,
black nurse,
shall nurse,
slang terms,
slang words,
staff nurse,
and earth,
and heard,
ann surg,
at her


3 syllables:
manner as,
manner whose,
anger as,
ladder whose,
latter as,
latter has,
latter whose,
laughter as,
matter as,
matter has,
matter whose,
nature as,
nature has,
nature whose,
quatre heures,
rather as,
stature whose,
answer as,
answer has,
cancer has,
cancer whose,
dancer whose,
manner shows,
manner these,
manner those,
manner was,
planner knows,
planners whose,
planter whose,
rancher whose,
donor whose,
japan as,
japan has,
japan knows,
japan whose,
anger shows,
anger those,
anger was,
banker whose,
flanner house,
hammer heads,
hammer nose,
manner is,
manor house,
abstract terms,
actor whose,
after as,
after whose,
annie heard


4 syllables:
commander whose,
abraham heard,
grammar whose


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