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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with briefers:

7 letters:
my firm,
by word,
by work


8 letters:
by firms,
by birds,
by turns,
by words,
my words,
my purse,
bee bird,
by birth,
by third


9 letters:
beef herd,
key terms,
key words,
my nerves,
tree fern,
very firm,
dry nurse,
been hurt,
by church,
either as,
leader as,
reader as


10 letters:
tree ferns,
very words,
seed ferns,
free verse,
been heard,
leader has,
neither as,
reader has,
teacher as


11 letters:
three firms,
green herbs,
sheep herds,
sweet herbs,
three birds,
three girls,
three terms,
three turns,
three verbs,
three words,
brief terms,
brief words,
greek firms,
green ferns,
steel firms,
thefe words,
these firms,
clean earth,
agree terms,
entry terms,
entry words,
meter whose,
neither has,
peter hayes,
speaker has,
teacher has


12 letters:
greek hermes,
street terms,
street turns,
three curves,
c.i.f. terms,
street firms,
wheat flours,
surely worse,
entry keyers,
dealer whose,
degree burns,
degree terms,
degree turns,
degree words,
healer whose,
keeper whose,
leader whose,
reader whose,
belief turns,
degree nurse,
degree worse,
appeal heard,
degree curve,
degree worth


13 letters:
chinese herbs,
degree curves,
dreamer whose,
feature whose,
speaker whose,
teacher whose,
belief serves,
chinese firms,
chinese earth


14 letters:
complete terms,
complete turns,
concrete terms,
preacher whose,
fourteen firms,
believer whose,
receiver whose,
dopamine nerve



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