Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with firkin:

2 syllables:
bird in,
birth in,
burn in,
church in,
crores in,
cure in,
curve in,
dirt in,
earth in,
firm in,
flour bin,
girl in,
heard in,
her chin,
her thin,
hers in,
hurt in,
learn in,
nerve in,
nurse in,
per min,
search in,
serve in,
stirred in,
surge in,
term in,
turn in,
verse in,
word in,
worn in,
worse in,
worth in,
clerks in,
der in,
flour in,
her cousin,
her in,
her in.,
her skin,
lurked in,
turks in,
wore in,
worked in,
works in,
younger cousin,
perch on,
work an,
work can,
work on,
birds in,
births in,
burned in,
burns in,
burnt in,
burst in,
curves in,
earned in

3 syllables:
concurred in,
converge in,
diverse in,
expert in,
observe in,
offered in,
offers in,
preserve in,
recurs in,
research in,
return in,
sojourn in,
transferred in,
concur in,
offer in,
recur in,
turkey in,
worker in,
affirmed in,
buyers in,
clearly in,
clergy in,
concerned in,
concerns in,
confirmed in,
conserved in,
courage in,
early in,
experts in

4 syllables:
acquired in,
award in,
colours in,
concurring in,
declared in,
desired in,
desires in,
employers in,
explored in

5 syllables:
entrepreneurs in

Some other possibilities:

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