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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with webinars:

2 syllables:
three beers,
three kinds,
by peers,
sleep indoors,
by the ears,
by years,
my fears,
my sins,
my tears,
my years,
sweet tears,
teach ins,
three bills,
three cheers,
three years,
greek hymns,
my ears,
pious hymns,
sweet hymns,
these hymns,
tie ins,
wheat beers,
three films,
three genres,
by kings,
by things,
cheap cigars,
greek kings,
key rings,
my limbs,
my things,
seal limbs,
see things,
steep hills,
surely things,
three kings,
three rings,
three things,
three wings,
tree rings,
very things,
beauty lives,
bleak hills,
bleak winds,
green hills,
grief fills,
my kids,
scene builds,
see figs,
speed winds,
steam mills,
stream winds,
these hills,
these kinds,
these winds,
three lives,
three mills,
three bears,
beauty brings,
cheap years,
green pears,
leap years,
sheep shears,
surely brings,
bleak years,
brief years,
by eqs,
clean bills,
f1fteen years,
gee whiz,
green bills,
green years


3 syllables:
complete tears,
degree tears,
degree bends,
sleeping hours,
feeding hours,
fleeting hours,
leaving heirs,
teaching hours,
been in shoes,
degree mills,
extreme kinds,
extreme winds,
fourteen kinds,
release builds,
sabine hills,
college peers,
chinese fears,
college bills,
college years,
complete years,
drier years,
either ignores,
either indoors,
extreme fears,
extreme years,
fourteen years


4 syllables:
preceding hours,
succeeding hours



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