Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with suffering:

3 syllables:
buffer being,
suffer being,
suffer him,
brother being,
buffer is,
butter being,
chutter singh,
collar being,
color being,
colour being,
cover being,
cutter being,
fibre being,
greater being,
greater earning,
greater thing,
gujar singh,
judge irving,
lover being,
luther king,
major thing,
mature thing,
mehar singh,
mother being,
mother thing,
other being,
other thing,
rubber being,
rubber ring,
rudder being,
suffer it,
summer being,
supper being,
upper being,
was earning,
chief learning,
chief nursing,
suffer things,
suffered being,
sulphur being,
brother in,
butter in,
closer in,
color in,
colour in,
cover in,
greater in,
lover in,
major in,
mature in,
mother in,
other in,
summer in,
supper in,
thither in,
usher in,
brother is,
butter is,
color is,
colour is,
cover his,
cover is,
cover it,
fibre is,
greater if,
greater is,
lover is,
mother is,
other if,
other is,
other it,
rubber is,
summer is,
summer itch,
prefer being,
suffered in,
sulphur in

4 syllables:
color owing,
colour owing,
extra learning,
extra serving,
extra working,
greater owing,
office serving,
officer being,
uncle irving,
buffer using,
defer paying,
suffered owing,
officer in,
recover in,
officer is,
recover his,
recover it,
abrupt turning,
added earnings,
allah forbid,
begun learning,
begun searching

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Book See suffering used in context: 91 rhymes, 14 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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