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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dirndl:

2 syllables:
fleur de sel,
per ml,
burned on,
burned up,
churned up,
earned on,
kurt gödel,
learn dutch,
learned as,
learned dutch,
learned on,
turned as,
turned on,
turned up,
learned colleague,
per le,
sur l',
sur le,
turn will,
burnt up,
sperm whales,
termed an,
termed as,
curled up,
durch den,
earth dam,
learn much,
learn some,
serve rural,
served an,
served as,
served on,
served up,
served us,
stern judge,
stern young,
surf duck,
third pulse,
turn can,
turn was,
turns on,
turns up,
urged on,
work done,
world as,
world has,
world on,
and l.,
churn drill,
learned all,
p and l,
s and l,
bird has,
bird on,
burn up,
churn up,
der waals,
earn an,
earned run,
heard an,
heard as,
heard on,
her pulse,
learn as,
learned chief,
learned judge


3 syllables:
concerned as,
return pulse,
returned as,
returned on,
entre le,
turned on heel,
confirmed as,
algar thorold,
concerns as,
concerns us,
converged on,
diverse rural,
erwin knoll,
fewer rural,
observed an,
observed as,
observed on,
preserve rural,
preserved as,
research colleague,
research done,
return was,
return when,
returns an,
returns as,
returns on,
tower skull,
concerned health,
afford an,
afford us,
concerned young


4 syllables:
entire rural,
entire skull,
conferred on



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