Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with briefers:

2 syllables:
by firms,
three firms,
tree ferns,
beef herd,
by birds,
by turns,
by words,
greek hermes,
green herbs,
key terms,
key words,
my firm,
my nerves,
my words,
sheep herds,
street terms,
street turns,
sweet herbs,
three birds,
three curves,
three girls,
three terms,
three turns,
three verbs,
three words,
tree fern,
very firm,
very words,
brief terms,
brief words,
c.i.f. terms,
greek firms,
green ferns,
seed ferns,
steel firms,
street firms,
thefe words,
these firms,
wheat flours,
dry nurse,
free verse,
my purse,
surely worse,
bee bird,
been heard,
been hurt,
by birth,
by church,
by third,
by word,
by work,
clean earth

3 syllables:
entry keyers,
agree terms,
chinese herbs,
complete terms,
complete turns,
concrete terms,
dealer whose,
degree burns,
degree curves,
degree terms,
degree turns,
degree words,
dreamer whose,
either as,
entry terms,
entry words,
feature whose,
healer whose,
keeper whose,
leader as,
leader has,
leader whose,
meter whose,
neither as,
neither has,
peter hayes,
preacher whose,
reader as,
reader has,
reader whose,
speaker has,
speaker whose,
teacher as,
teacher has,
teacher whose,
belief serves,
belief turns,
chinese firms,
fourteen firms,
degree nurse,
degree worse,
appeal heard,
chinese earth,
degree curve,
degree worth

4 syllables:
believer whose,
receiver whose,
dopamine nerve

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