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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with submerses:

6 letters:
her as


7 letters:
irs has,
firm as,
girl as,
her was,
term as,
turn as,
word as,
work as,
worn as,
her son


8 letters:
verse as,
bird has,
birth as,
curve as,
earth as,
firm has,
girl has,
heard as,
learn as,
serve as,
term has,
third as,
turn has,
word has,
work has,
worth as,
first as,
works as,
birds as,
firms as,
girls as,
hers was,
terms as,
words as,
bird was,
curse on,
earl was,
firm was,
girl was,
her some,
her such,
offer as,
early as,
fire was,
hired as


9 letters:
church as,
curve has,
earth has,
first has,
nurse was,
verse was,
worse was,
serves as,
birth was,
burke was,
clerk was,
curve was,
der waals,
earth was,
heard was,
her lungs,
nerve gas,
offer was,
return as,
powers as,
varies as,
layer was,
mayor was,
power was


10 letters:
church has,
first u.s.,
church was,
learned as,
diverse as,
offered as,
flowers as,
returns as,
clearly as,
further as,
journey as,
offer some,
offer such,
prayer was


11 letters:
clerk comes,
research as,
reverse was,
concerns as,
clearly has,
observed as,
offer comes,
acquired as,
as early as,
declared as


12 letters:
research has,
concerned as,
confirmed as,
preserved as,
research was,
employer was


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