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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with incisure:

3 syllables:
in summer,
since other,
since summer,
in major,
spring summer,
cripps offer,
fierce summer,
in color,
in colour,
its other,
its upper,
lynne rudder,
print other,
quick supper,
ships offer,
ships other,
signed upper,
six other,
skin color,
skin colour,
still suffer,
still summer,
there suffer,
thick summer,
will suffer,
since major,
his offer,
his other,
his summer,
his supper,
his upper,
his utter,
in other,
in sunder,
in upper,
in utter,
is other,
prince dolor,
prince fedor,
prince offered,
prince under,
rinse under,
since color,
since luther,
since mother,
since others,
since suffered,
since under,
this offer,
this other,
this summer,
this upper,
wince under,
bring major,
brings other,
things offer,
things other,
bills other,
bring color,
bring colour,
bring mother,
bring thither,
drink other,
hears other,
his major,
his mature,
kills other,
lives offer,
lives other,
pink collar,
skills other,
spheres other,
spring color,
spring cover,
still major,
string buffer,
string color,
there major,
thing mother,
think other


4 syllables:
convince other,
eclipse other,
until summer,
until supper,
virgin mother,
berlin suburb,
convince others,
convinced other,
snow in summer,
veronis suhler,
adding butter,
adding color,
adding colour,
adoring lover,
adoring mother,
appear mature,
asking mother,
careers other,
commit major,
fulfill major



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