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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with flash burn:

2 syllables:
black tern,
class learn,
fan fern,
grass fern,
had worn,
shall turn,
staff learn,
strap fern,
match burned,
grass burned,
had burned,
shall learn,
that burned,
that burns,
that turn,
rasp fern,
and learn,
and turn,
at birth,
black birch,
black bird,
black terns,
blacks earned,
class learned,
class turned,
craft turned,
glass turned,
graham turned,
grant turned,
grass bird,
grass turned,
grass turns,
had learned,
had learnt,
had turned,
hand fern,
jaques sterne,
plant turned,
plant turns,
shaft turned,
shaft turns,
staff learned,
staff turned,
track turned,
track turns,
ash bin,
trash bin,
and burned,
frank burns,
grant burns,
had earned,
laugh turned


3 syllables:
actor in,
advance earned,
after an,
after in,
after one,
anchor in,
answer in,
answer on,
attack turned,
bladder fern,
caliph haroun,
cancer in,
capture in,
chapter in,
chapter on,
chapter one,
dagger fern,
factor in,
factor on,
faster in,
fracture in,
japan learned,
japan turned,
master in,
pastor in,
rather learn,
suzanne turned,
nature in,
nature on,
anger burned,
anger burns,
anger in,
bamboo fern,
contact burns,
daker hen,
gather in,
hammer in,
hammer on,
hanger on,
harry burns,
latter in,
latter on,
laughter in,
manner in


4 syllables:
abraham stern,
avraham stern,
commander in,
really learn



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