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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with milner:

2 syllables:
filled her,
killed her,
still wore,
fill her,
in her,
kill her,
till her,
win her,
big sur,
bis zur,
brings her,
cleared her,
gripped her,
in der,
in per,
kissed her,
lift her,
missed her,
mit der,
mitch bouyer,
picked her,
since her,
slipped her,
think her,
wished her,
year per,
years her,
being her,
billed murre,
bring her,
him her,
touching her,
aiguille verte,
bit her,
did her,
filled earth,
hear her,
hid her,
his nurse,
hit her,
if her,
ill turn,
is her,
it her,
kiss her,
lynne reinner,
mill girl,
miss her,
near her,
nicht nur,
parish nurse,
pick her,
sheer nerve,
skill worth,
squid nerve,
still burn,
still serve,
still work,
still worse,
still worth,
thick nerve,
this nerve,
tilled earth,
twill serve,
vhith nerve,
were her,
which her,
will burn,
will search,
will serve,
will turn,
will work,
wish her,
with her,
in earth,
inner earth,
skilled nurse,
still heard,
still learn,
twin earth,
will earn,
will hurt,
will learn,
del sur


3 syllables:
until her,
assist her,
convince her,
asking her,
killing her,
familiar earth,
famille verte,
given her,
transmit nerve,
until birth,
until flour,
until pearl,
until third,
until verse,
within her,
virgin earth


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