Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with modern:

2 syllables:
not burn,
not learn,
not turned,
not worn,
scott turned,
star turn,
dollar earned,
father earned,
father earns,
hard earned,
hard fern,
out turn,
that turn,
shall learn,
not heard,
not hurt,
pot herb,
scott heard,
bog earth,
cause heard,
from earth,
from hers,
koch curve,
scotch church,
trois jours,
god in,
god on,
had earned,
had worn,
rod in,
clock turned,
giant fern,
giant turned,
got her,
heart burn,
heart turned,
heart turns,
heart yearn,
marsh tern,
not her,
not learned,
scott burns,
scott learned,
shalt learn,
shock turned,
shot her,
spock turned,
square stern,
stock turned,
stock turns,
both her

3 syllables:
acre in,
coffee urn,
copper in,
dollar in,
father in,
father on,
honor in,
occur in,
occur on,
proper in,
scholar in,
vapor in,
hodder and,
wander in,
about turn,
another earth,
powder in,
charter in,
cotter pin,
doctor in,
gotta learn,
hotter than,
otter hound,
passage turned,
passage turns,
potter and,
acre and,
acre inch

4 syllables:
another in,
another on,
another one,
potato fern,
another and,
another can,
another chain,
another hand,
another known,
another line,
another man,
another phone,
another scene,
another sign,
another son,
another ten,
another than,
another town,
another when

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