Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with infrared:

2 syllables:
since third,
fifth third,
in third,
in word,
prince heard,
since heard,
being stirred,
there heard,
thing stirred,
were heard,
flip the bird,
its third,
there stirred,
which stirred,
ling bird,
things heard,
did bird,
fig bird,
his third,
his word,
in the world,
mince words,
ninth world,
prince turned,
print words,
print world,
queer bird,
ringed birds,
since birds,
since burned,
since learned,
since merged,
since turned,
since words,
since world,
smear word,
this bird,
this third,
this word,
which word,
winged birds,
winged words,
with word,
years heard,
being heard,
thing heard,
chris heard,
clint turned,
cousin turned,
in birds,
in words,
in world,
is heard,
paris heard,
quinn turned,
since served,
smith heard,
still heard,
with third,
french third,
french word,
friends heard,
front third,
parents heard,
send word,
sent word,
drink served,
drinks served,
gill flirt,
jill flirt,
kings turned,
print shirt,
reindeer herds,
there urged,
things learned,
things served

3 syllables:
appear blurred,
finish third,
indeed heard,
princess heard,
singing bird,
until third,
vinho verde,
benign world,
devlin turned,
in a word,
inner third,
myna bird,
mynah bird,
virgin world,
winter had,
content word,
orange bird,
prevent third,
recent third,
lincoln heard,
saying the word,
simply heard,
sprinkler head

4 syllables:
adminis tered

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