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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with red cedar:

6 letters:
by her,
li erh


7 letters:
see her,
why her,
my turn,
by word,
by work,
my firm,
my girl,
my word,
my work


8 letters:
feed her,
need her,
read her,
beat her,
meet her,
been her,
feel her,
keep her,
seek her,
seen her,
sees her,
feet per,
bee bird,
by birth,
by third,
key word,
my birth,
my purse,
my shirt,
my third,
area per


9 letters:
greet her,
treat her,
leave her,
reach her,
teach her,
they wore,
three per,
they turn,
beef herd,
been hurt,
by church,
dry nurse,
keeps her,
knee jerk,
my church,
my search,
tee shirt,
they burn


10 letters:
please her,
leaned her,
been heard,
free verse,
leaves her,
they learn,
they serve,
entry word,
on my word,
seeing her


11 letters:
peter earle,
pleased her,
reached her,
sweet earth,
clean earth,
free church,
greek earth,
green earth,
leave earth,
queen heard,
reach earth,
steve earle,
steve heard,
theme heard,
believe her,
conceal her,
receive her,
release her,
ideas heard


12 letters:
squeezed her,
street heard,
speech heard,
surely learn,
surely serve,
surely worse,
surely worth,
believed her,
received her,
released her,
appeal heard,
degree curve,
degree nurse,
degree worse,
degree worth,
entry keyers,
saline earth


13 letters:
neither earth,
chinese earth


14 letters:
dopamine nerve


15 letters:
pharisees heard



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