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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with clincher:

2 syllables:
in der,
in per,
since her,
in church,
in her,
which her,
win her,
brings her,
think her,
big sur,
bis zur,
cleared her,
filled her,
gripped her,
killed her,
kissed her,
lift her,
missed her,
mit der,
mitch bouyer,
picked her,
slipped her,
still wore,
wished her,
year per,
years her,
being her,
bring her,
him her,
spring church,
touching church,
touching her,
wish her,
bit her,
brick church,
did her,
fill her,
hear her,
hid her,
his church,
hit her,
if her,
in search,
in term,
in third,
in turn,
in verse,
in word,
in work,
is her,
it her,
kill her,
kiss her,
lynne pearce,
lynne reinner,
miss her,
near her,
paris church,
paris couture,
parish church,
pick her,
pin curl,
prince heard,
ridge church,
since earth,
since heard,
swiss church,
this church,
till her,
were her,
winter urn,
with church,
with her,
in earth,
inner earth,
since church,
twin earth,
vint cerf,
which church,
bent her,
eve churr,
fun fur,
gen xer,
men wore


3 syllables:
convince her,
virgin church,
assist her,
asking her,
finish her,
berlin work,
convinced her,
into her,
until her,
virgin birth,
virgin curve,
inner church,
rhynie chert,
virgin earth,
defend her


4 syllables:
continue her


Some other possibilities:

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