Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with stem turn:

2 syllables:
can learn,
tongue fern,
young learn,
has worn,
was worn,
can earn,
front turned,
man turned,
sergeant turned,
then turned,
then turns,
tongue turned,
blood turned,
blood turns,
chief turned,
chuck turned,
douglas turned,
dutch turned,
has turned,
judge turned,
judge turns,
just turned,
la verne,
must learn,
touches turns,
truck turned,
twice turned,
was turned,
but turned,
u turns,
winter urn,
non term,
ken burns,
parent earth,
young turk,
blood burned,
blood burns,
comme leurs,
has learned,
has learnt,
judge burns,
judge learned,
just heard,
plum bird,
psalm verse,
some third,
some word,
some work,
twice burned,
ust urt,
was burned

3 syllables:
acid burn,
abrupt turns,
alice turned,
become learned,
cluster in,
eva perĂ³n,
hedda sterne,
muster in,
number in,
number on,
number one,
office turned,
product turned,
product turns,
result turned,
result turns,
royal tern,
uncle turned,
butter in,
extra turns,
greater in,
putter on,
sea tern,
summer in,
summer on,
summer turned,
summer turns,
under an,
under in,
under one,
wonder in,
allan burns,
confer on,
hunger in,
become worse,
become worth,
butter churn,
clover fern,
culture in,
culture on,
fully learn,
mother learn,
office learned,
royal fern,
rupture in,
structure in,
structure on,
sulphur in

4 syllables:
conductor in

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