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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tyler:

2 syllables:
drive her,
give her,
guide her,
hide her,
like her,
time her,
write her,
buy her,
while earth,
bright earth,
cries heard,
dried earth,
eye worm,
find her,
five per,
gives her,
high birth,
high church,
light earth,
liked her,
might turn,
night heard,
nine per,
price per,
price search,
price surge,
ride herd,
right turn,
slice serve,
strike earth,
time per,
white earth,
wiped her,
child heard,
chile verde,
might learn,
miles per,
nile bird,
nile perch,
pile worn,
rice flour,
smile curve,
smile lurked,
style church,
style shirt,
style verse,
while church,
while third,
white flour,
bade her,
bei der,
blame her,
day per,
face her,
gave her,
hate her,
have her,
laid her,
made her,
make her,
paid her,
place her,
raise her,
said her,
save her,
shake her,
take her,
wake her,
all er,
all her,
call her,
failed her,
feel her,
fill her,
kill her


3 syllables:
admire her,
aside her,
describe her,
forgive her,
provide her,
unlike her,
admired her,
advised her,
described her,
describes her,
surprised her,
unlike earth,
combine flour,
entire earth,
penile nerve,
became her,
betrayed her,
explain her,
persuade her,
regain her,
away her,
conceal her,
female earth


4 syllables:
families learn


Some other possibilities:

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See tyler used in context: 11 rhymes, several books and articles.

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