Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with flying lemur:

4 syllables:
drying weather,
trying weather,
trying whether,
dying member,
righting lever,
shining leather,
striking letter,
writing letter,
writing lever,
dying ember,
dying lover,
dying summer,
lying lover,
fighting never,
fighting terror,
iring fetscher,
striking measure,
striking terror,
writing better,
writing never,
writing whether,
drying lumber,
dining pleasure,
driving member,
driving pleasure,
dying effort,
fighting temper,
pricing error,
sliding member,
typing error,
typing letters,
writing error,
writing letters,
dying sinner,
playing tenor,
dying mother,
lying nearer,
lying river,
paying better,
paying teller,
playing better,
saying never,
saying whether,
weighing whether,
dying embers,
irish tenor

5 syllables:
querying whether,
admiring letter,
surviving letter,
supplying liquor,
buying better,
deciding whether,
defining whether,
describing whether,
designing better,
devising better,
surprising measure,
combining letters,
combining pleasure,
deriving pleasure,
exciting pleasure,
retiring member,
subscribing member,
surviving letters,
surviving member,
dying emperor

6 syllables:
acquiring better,
enquiring whether

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