Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with urge on:

2 syllables:
earn an,
heard an,
her man,
her men,
her pen,
her son,
her then,
her when,
per man,
per ton,
serve an,
work an,
work can,
younger man,
younger men,
younger son,
her an,
per an,
sur un,
sur une,
wore an,
surge in,
church can,
church when,
durch den,
wurde schon,
burp gun,
curve can,
earth can,
firm can,
first an,
first ten,
girl can,
heard when,
nurse can,
served an,
squirt can,
squirt gun,
term can,
termed an,
third man,
third son,
turn can,
word can,
word when,
work done,
work when,
worse when,
younger ones,
church in,
her chin,
search in,
bird in,
birth in,
burn in,
clerk in,
crores in,
cure in,
curve in,
dirt in,
earth in

3 syllables:
afford an,
offered an,
offers an,
return an,
uber den,
unter den,
offer an,
converge in,
research can,
research done,
affords an,
clear when,
clearly an,
early heian,
fire when,
klor con,
layer can,
mayor dunne,
observed an,
our man,
our men,
our son,
our sun,
player can,
power can,
power when,
pursue an,
return when,
returns an,
toward an,
turkey hen,
surgeon in,
research in,
concurred in,
diverse in

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

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