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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with disburden:

3 syllables:
chris burden,
his burden,
this burden,
its burden,
his person,
pierre berton,
this person,
tim burton,
figured on,
his german,
his version,
incurred on,
lingered on,
paris version,
swiss german,
this german,
this version,
being burdened,
his sermon,
richard hunne,
river don,
still burdened,
swiss surgeon,
this sermon,
fixed burden,
in person,
queer person,
rich person,
sheer curtain,
sick person,
sized urban,
thick persian,
thin person,
bring german,
built urban,
cousin german,
figures on,
fingers on,
grimm version,
in german,
marin mersenne,
picture can,
pictures on,
prince hermann,
quick german,
quick version,
rousing sermon,
rousing version,
secure an,
since urban,
skilled urban,
stiff german,
strictures on,
string version,
thick german,
which german,
which version,
whispered in,
winter when,
with german,
years urban,
chief burden,
debt burden,
fresh burden,
skip person,
thick curtain,
bigger urban,
fierce german,
figure on,
immer schon,
in urban,
inner man,
inner urban,
mixed urban,
picture on

4 syllables:
excess burden,
bigger burden,
considered an,
considered on,
delivered an,
delivered on,
growing burden,
their burden,
career person,
disease burden,
unfit person,
benign tertian,
benign version,
berlin german,
familiar urban,
unskilled urban,
until german,
until sherman,
added burden,
unfair burden,
consider urban,
consider when,
injury done,
lewis terman

5 syllables:
unselfish person

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