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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with muser:

2 syllables:
use her,
move her,
prove her,
drew her,
knew her,
louise heard,
threw her,
used her,
views heard,
you her,
choose search,
loose earth,
you serve,
blue bird,
blue perch,
boo word,
bruit heard,
chou fleur,
chou vert,
dew worm,
future earth,
grew worse,
groote schuur,
group heard,
jew baiter,
moved her,
new bern,
new birth,
new church,
new firm,
new term,
new turn,
new word,
new work,
school learn,
screw worm,
skew curve,
smooth earth,
thou wert,
true church,
you learn,
you turn,
you work,
louise burke,
new earth,
you earn,
you heard,
you hurt,
cause her,
close her,
does her,
has her,
knows her,
raise her,
sees her,
shows her,
was her,
bruce church,
bruce hurst,
choose merge,
groups heard,
groups search,
groups serve,
loose shirt,
loose skirt,
proof search,
roots serve,
troops heard


3 syllables:
remove her,
accused her,
reduce search,
doing her,
removed her,
renewed earth,
resumed her,
toute heure,
diffuse nerve,
louis bouyer,
louis heard,
because her,
uses her,
abuse hurled,
lewis feuer,
lewis heard,
produce birth,
produce flour,
produce nerve,
produce sperm,
produce worse,
produce worth,
produced per,
reduce birth,
reduce sperm,
renewed search,
renewed surge,
review serves


4 syllables:
absolute term,
absolute dearth,
absolute terms


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