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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with disinters:

3 syllables:
his sisters,
which hinders,
missing terms,
his hearers,
within terms,
bring sinners,
smith singers,
stiff fingers,
still sinners,
swiss investors,
stiff figures,
it enters,
reindeer hunters,
there enters,
which enters,
witch hunters,
fishing birds,
fishing firms,
fishing worms,
fitting terms,
his fingers,
kissing girls,
living terms,
missing girls,
missing words,
ring binders,
ringing terms,
shipping terms,
still lingers,
clearest terms,
his figures,
his pictures,
is incurred,
is injured,
linear terms,
mythic terms,
roughing filters,
there recurs,
within firms,
within words,
christ enters,
skill centers,
sphere centers,
strip centers,
click printers,
fitch investors,
his sister,
paris singer,
pinch hitters,
strip miners,
the weird sisters,
there intervenes,
this differs,
weird sisters,
wicked sisters,
rising curves,
swiss settlers,
being hindered


4 syllables:
clovis hunters,
abusive terms,
papin sisters,
rising tiers,
cylinder whose,
fishing occurs,
fishing piers,
obliging terms,
resin binders,
spinning tires,
abusive words,
finicky eaters,
nonlinear terms,
within errors,
within layers,
within others,
career centers,
convincing terms,
existing terms,
fishing waters,
glowing cinders,
missing letters,
bitter winters,
clear winners,
jewish sisters,
missing answers,
their sisters,
within tumors,
submit tenders,
rising powers,
access centers,
aching fingers,
advice centers,
assist investors


5 syllables:
violin enters,
permissive powers,
abusive letters,
abusive towards,
dualistic terms,
mentalistic terms,
religious sisters,
abusing others


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