Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with inference:

2 syllables:
brick fronts,
in front,
fringe cups,
cousin prince,
bring parents,
thing parents,
brick front,
bridge truss,
cousin twice,
his front,
his parents,
if parents,
rear front,
swiss parents,
this front,
this stress,
which parents,
with parents,
in france,
chin ups,
drift ice,
in posse,
in thus,
in trust,
print run,
shift assay,
since parents,
since stress,
shift pulse,
switched pulse,
wrist cuffs,
in dress,
print since,
signed since,
skin flicks,
this prince,
with prince,
being twice,
firing pulse,
hear us,
him twice,
in fun,
in ice,
in shreds,
in the dumps,
in us,
inch guns,
lymph ducts,
near us,
thick trunks,
thing twice,
turing plus,
wing nuts

3 syllables:
infra notes,
adoring parents,
asking parents,
children is,
unfit parents,
until parents,
winthrop house,
clifton house,
clinton house,
convince parents,
convince us,
inner front,
linden house,
pyncheon house,
river fronts,
until prince,
adding twice,
gryphon house,
infant is,
inform us,
kingston house,
on thin ice,
simpson house

4 syllables:
opinion is,
gwendolyn brooks,
vitamin assay

Some other possibilities:

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