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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tinier:

2 syllables:
b. f. skinner,
b f skinner,
fred skinner,
great dinner,
great inner,
great sinner,
in her

3 syllables:
in either,
in neither,
sin eater,
being eager,
being either,
bring either,
him either,
jimmy heard,
spring either,
swing either,
thing either,
touching either,
billy heard,
click either,
dear reader,
if either,
is eager,
is either,
it either,
paris either,
picky eater,
skill either,
split either,
still eager,
still either,
strip heater,
switch either,
there either,
vicki hearne,
were eager,
were either,
which either,
will either,
with eager,
with either,
being neither,
binge eater,
bring neither,
cousin peter,
if neither,
in peter,
inn keeper,
is neither,
it neither,
lynne riener,
minnie pearl,
print either,
rhynie chert,
signed either,
since either,
spin drier,
still neither,
there neither,
thing neither,
were neither,
which neither,
will neither,
with neither,
carry her,
marry her,
a dinner,
an inner,
can either,
can neither,
denied her,
done either,
funny either,
honey eater,
in our

4 syllables:
adding either,
asking either,
admit either,
appear eager,
appear either,
career either,
commit either,
fulfil either,
fulfill either,
submit either,
transmit either,
unfit either,
until either,
admit neither,
appear neither,
clear neither,
convince either,
dinner either,
inner healer,
until neither,
begun either

5 syllables:
machinery either,
violin teacher,
virginia heard

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