Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mouse-ear:

7 letters:
bat ear,
dog ear

8 letters:
out here,
your ear,
house if,
house in,
house is,
house it,
mouse is,
out were,
own dear,
own ears,
all here,
cock ear,
crop ear,
drop ear,
for here,
from ear,
our dear,
our fear

9 letters:
cloud ear,
down here,
down near,
town near,
cows were,
four were,
four year,
house sit,
out there,
spouse is,
town were,
your dear,
your ears,
your fear,
back here,
both here,
draw gear,
from here

10 letters:
know there,
house near,
house were,
mouse ears,
mouse hare,
brown deer,
down there,
found here,
round here,
south were,
own sphere,
brown hair,
brown hare,
about here,
power were

11 letters:
mouth there,
south there,
house there,
mouse eared,
mouse there,
brown there,
cloud there,
couch there,
crowd cheer,
crowd there,
crown there,
doubt there,
grown there,
ought there,
trout there,
vowed there,
doubts were,
house years,
about there,
around here,
power there,
tower there,
belong here

12 letters:
brought here,
bought there,
brought near,
crouch there,
doubts there,
mouths there,
enough there,
enough tears,
enough years,
flower there,
arouse fears,
because here,
enough share,
enough where

13 letters:
brought cheer,
brought tears,
brought there,
drought there,
wrought there

16 letters:
throughout there

Some other possibilities:

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