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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with begird:

2 syllables:
claire heard,
yet heard,
egg bird,
bell bird,
brett turned,
friend heard,
jesse heard,
letter urged,
never earned,
never urged,
press served,
press urged,
swear word,
well earned,
where third,
whether earned,
being heard,
chief heard,
chris heard,
douglas hurd,
has heard,
is heard,
judge heard,
paris heard,
smith heard,
still heard,
terra verde,
there heard,
thing heard,
twice heard,
was heard,
were heard,
with third,
deck curb,
fresh shirt,
fresh earth,
rare earth,
where earth,
bug word,
egg head,
fig bird,
check words,
czech words,
length heard,
bear her,
belle turned


3 syllables:
subject heard,
better heard,
dairy herd,
eddie heard,
ever had,
ever heard,
feather head,
janet turned,
jenny heard,
jerry heard,
jessie heard,
kelly heard,
leather head,
letter had,
marie heard,
never had,
never heard,
success earned,
success served,
success spurred,
weather had,
whether heard,
alice heard,
office heard,
uncle heard,
professor earle,
affect third,
becker and,
effect turned,
object turned,
project turned,
protect third,
subject turned,
subjects heard,
accept third,
addressed her,
addressed words,
again heard,
agent turned,
ahead turned,
any third,
any word,
au pair girl,
beggar whose,
better and,
better guide


4 syllables:
propeller head,
together heard,
whoever had,
whoever heard


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