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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dipolar:

3 syllables:
flip over,
skip over,
slip over,
strip poker,
tip over,
trip over,
being over,
brick over,
bridge over,
brim over,
bring over,
chewing over,
climb over,
dig over,
him over,
his owner,
in over,
is over,
it over,
kick over,
king over,
pick over,
sit over,
skim over,
skin over,
spill over,
swing over,
switch over,
thing over,
this over,
tick over,
tithe owner,
were over,
which over,
win over,
with over,
year over,
spin bowler,
being older,
bill holder,
bring older,
hill holder,
hiring older,
his older,
in older,
is older,
skimp over,
spring roller,
still lower,
still older,
tripped over,
were older,
will lower,
with older,
dip solder,
step over,
up over,
buick motor,
built over,
climbed over,
drill motor,
film over,
in motor,
its owner,
mist over,
picks over,
print over,
reindeer owners,
shiloh church,
signed over,
since homer,
skimmed over,
spilled over,
spring motor,
swing voter,
thing soever,
things over,
think over


4 syllables:
dipole layer,
appear older,
until lower,
dipole layers,
zippo lighter,
blowing over,
career homers,
conflict over,
doing over,
flowing over,
flying over,
going over,
jewish owner,
laying over,
linger over,
lying over,
pillow bier,
screwing over,
seeing over,
staying over,
their owner



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