Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tree fern:

2 syllables:
my turn,
surely learn,
they burn,
they learn,
they turn,
they earn,
my firm,
very firm,
beef herd,
been worn,
by turns,
each turn,
fleet turned,
lean burn,
please learn,
roughly turned,
sheet turned,
street turned,
street turns,
surely learned,
they burned,
they learned,
they turned,
three learned,
three turned,
three turns,
very learned,
wheel worn,
green ferns,
grief turned,
seed ferns,
surely earned,
they earned,
bee bird,
been heard,
been hurt,
by birth,
by church,
by third,
by word,
by work,
clean earth,
dry nurse,
free church,
free verse,
greek earth,
green earth,
key word,
knee jerk,
leave earth,
my birth,
my church,
my girl,
my purse,
my search,
my shirt,
my third

3 syllables:
chinese burn,
complete turns,
dealer in,
deeper in,
degree burns,
degree turns,
degrees earned,
either an,
either in,
either on,
either one,
feature in,
feature on,
fever in,
leader in,
meter in,
neither an,
neither in,
neither one,
peter in,
preacher in,
reader in,
retreat turned,
sea tern,
sea turn,
speaker in,
teacher in,
weaker in,
belief turns,
degree earned,
relief turned,
appeal heard,
chinese earth,
degree curve,
degree nurse,
degree worse,
degree worth,
entry keyers,
entry word,
ideas heard

4 syllables:
believer in,
receiver in,
dopamine nerve

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