Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with u turn:

2 syllables:
can earn,
la verne,
but turned,
bharat earth,
can learn,
get hers,
get hurt,
has earned,
has worn,
mother earned,
tongue fern,
was worn,
young learn,
blood turned,
blood turns,
but her,
chief turned,
chuck turned,
cut her,
douglas turned,
dutch turned,
front turned,
get her,
has turned,
judge turned,
judge turns,
just turned,
let her,
man turned,
must learn,
put her,
sergeant turned,
shut her,
stem turns,
then turned,
then turns,
tongue turned,
touches turns,
truck turned,
twice turned,
was turned

3 syllables:
eva perĂ³n,
butter in,
extra turns,
greater in,
putter on,
sea tern,
acid burn,
brother in,
closer in,
color in,
color on,
colour in,
colour on,
cover an,
cover in,
cover on,
lover in,
major in,
mature in,
mother hen,
mother in,
mother on,
other an,
other in,
other on,
other one,
sea fern,
suffer in,
summer in,
summer on,
supper in,
thither in,
upper one,
usher in,
abrupt turns,
alice turned,
butter and,
butter bean,
butter churn,
cluster in,
greater and,
greater honour,
greater than,
greater when,
hedda sterne,
muster in,
office turned,
product turned,
product turns,
result turned,
result turns,
royal tern,
tea urn,
uncle turned

4 syllables:
officer in,
officer on,
recover in,
conductor in,
theater in

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