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2 syllables:
earn an,
her man,
her men,
per man,
younger man,
younger men,
heard an,
her pen,
her son,
her then,
her when,
per ton,
serve an,
work an,
work can,
younger son,
her an,
per an,
sur un,
sur une,
wore an,
burn in,
learn in,
worn in,
firm can,
term can,
termed an,
third man,
burn up,
burp gun,
church can,
church when,
churn up,
curve can,
durch den,
earth can,
first an,
first ten,
girl can,
heard when,
learn as,
nurse can,
served an,
squirt can,
squirt gun,
third son,
word can,
word when,
work done,
work when,
worn as,
worse when,
wurde schon,
younger ones,
earned run,
learned man,
learned men

3 syllables:
return an,
afford an,
offered an,
offers an,
uber den,
unter den,
offer an,
return when,
returns an,
return in,
sojourn in,
our man,
our men,
affords an,
clear when,
clearly an,
early heian,
fire when,
klor con,
layer can,
mayor dunne,
observed an,
our son,
our sun,
player can,
power can,
power when,
pursue an,
research can,
research done,
return as,
toward an,
turkey hen,
furnish an,
journal in,
other non,
sternal line

4 syllables:
offering an,
acquired an,
declared an,
employer can,
concerning an,
determine an

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