Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with emeer:

2 syllables:
them here,
breath there,
deaf ear,
death there,
met ear,
well here,
yet here,
fremde heere,
them.1 there,
them near,
them there,
them were,
come here,
him here,
bend ear,
bent ear,
end here,
sent here,
bears ear,
bread there,
breathe there,
cette pierre,
chair hears,
chair there,
check there,
dead were,
deaf ears,
death were,
dressed there,
dwell there,
et vir,
flesh there,
guess there,
hares ear,
head gear,
head were,
health there,
hedge there,
held dear,
held here,
ledge there,
left ear,
left here,
mess gear,
met there,
press there,
press were,
share there,
shell there,
sketch there,
smell there,
spell there,
spread there,
stead there,
stressed there,
stretch there,
swear there,
them his,
them if,
them in,
them in.,
them is,
them it,
thread there,
threat there,
wealth there,
wedge gear,
well there,
where there,
where were,
wreck there,
yet there,
yet were,
faire mourir,
being here,
can hear,
done here,
in here,
man here

3 syllables:
access there,
addressed there,
ahead there,
aware there,
ever hear,
excess shear,
excess there,
express there,
hotel pierre,
hotel there,
never hear,
possess there,
progress there,
progressed there,
recess there,
regret there,
repair there,
success there,
their rear

4 syllables:
dilemma there

5 syllables:
necessary here

Some other possibilities:

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