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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with inorganic:

4 syllables:
in organic,
thick organic,
with organic,
since organic,
chief organic,
fresh organic,
where organic,
brown organic,
chain organic,
grown organic,
known organic,
marine organic,
fixed organic,
mixed organic,
ninth thoracic


5 syllables:
adding organic,
inner organic,
growing organic,
clear organic,
inert organic,
minute organic,
within organic,
become organic,
added organic,
excess organic,
contain organic,
percent organic,
unknown organic,
boiling organic,
eating organic,
living organic,
nothing organic,
rising organic,
rotting organic,
using organic,
basic organic,
chronic organic,
little organic,
severe organic,
without organic


6 syllables:
decaying organic,
destroying organic,
buying organic,
concerning organic,
containing organic,
nonliving organic,
producing organic,
remaining organic,
acidic organic,
aromatic organic,
considered organic,
entirely organic,
ionic organic,
progressive organic,
sufficient organic


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See inorganic used in context: 3 rhymes, several books and articles.

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