Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with submerses:

2 syllables:
verse as,
irs has,
bird has,
birth as,
church as,
church has,
curve as,
curve has,
earth as,
earth has,
firm as,
firm has,
girl as,
girl has,
heard as,
her was,
learn as,
serve as,
term as,
term has,
third as,
turn as,
turn has,
word as,
word has,
work as,
work has,
worn as,
worth as,
first as,
first has,
first u.s.,
her as,
nurse was,
verse was,
works as,
worse was,
birds as,
firms as,
girls as,
hers was,
serves as,
terms as,
words as,
bird was,
birth was,
burke was,
church was,
clerk comes,
clerk was,
curse on,
curve was,
der waals,
earl was,
earth was,
firm was,
girl was,
heard was,
her lungs,
her some,
her son,
her such,
learned as,
nerve gas

3 syllables:
diverse as,
offer was,
offered as,
research as,
research has,
return as,
offer as,
reverse was,
concerns as,
flowers as,
powers as,
returns as,
varies as,
clearly as,
clearly has,
concerned as,
confirmed as,
early as,
fire was,
further as,
hired as,
journey as,
layer was,
mayor was,
observed as,
offer comes,
offer some,
offer such,
power was,
prayer was,
preserved as,
research was

4 syllables:
acquired as,
as early as,
declared as,
employer was

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