Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sires:

2 syllables:
buy her,
dried herbs,
high words,
light turns,
night turns,
price serves,
right terms,
right turns,
swine herds,
tight turns,
white terms,
a prize,
a rise,
a size,
a wise,
are wise,
as hers,
as size,
as wise,
en prise,
eye as,
eye has,
high as,
of hers,
of size,
on hers,
on size,
on the rise,
trois heures,
bright earth,
cries heard,
dried earth,
eye worm,
high birth,
high church

3 syllables:
buyer has,
buyer whose,
fire as,
fire has,
fire hose,
entire earth,
buyer knows,
buyers whose,
driver whose,
favourite terms,
fiber whose,
fighter whose,
fire ins,
fire was,
higher highs,
hired as,
minor whose,
petites heures,
polite terms,
prior cause,
prior phase,
rider whose,
spider whose,
wires whose,
writer as,
writer has,
writer whose,
briefly as,
chiefly as,
layer has,
layer whose,
mayor whose,
player has,
player whose,
prayer as,
buyer is,
fire is,
buyer in,
buyer of,
buyer or,
fire at,
fire had,
fire hall,
fire hook,
fire in,
fire of,
fire off,
fire on,
fire or,
fire up

4 syllables:
acquired as,
adviser whose,
designer whose,
desires whose,
empires whose,
entire cause,
entire herds,
entire phase,
provider whose,
survivor whose,
entire house,
entire eight,
entire height,
entire whole

5 syllables:
signifier whose

Some other possibilities:

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