Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with well worn:

2 syllables:
left turn,
step turn,
belle turned,
felt fern,
self bern,
smell worse,
wealth earned,
ill turn,
still burn,
will burn,
will turn,
delle terme,
bell bird,
bell curve,
belles heures,
blair turned,
breath burned,
breath turned,
brent turned,
chair turned,
claire turned,
clare turned,
death turned,
death turns,
delle curve,
flesh burned,
flesh turned,
flesh turns,
guest turned,
head turned,
head word,
hence learn,
letch worth,
net work,
net worth,
press learned,
press turned,
share worth,
swear word,
them work,
thence learn,
trent turned,
yet learned,
still learn

3 syllables:
hotel burned,
michelle turned,
shelter in,
seller in,
tenure in,
agent turned,
ahead turned,
berry fern,
betsy hearne,
better learn,
center in,
center on,
centre in,
centre on,
effect turned,
effect turns,
enter an,
enter in,
enter on,
gender in,
gesture in,
hedda sterne,
leather fern,
lecture in,
lecture on,
meadow fern,
member in,
member on,
never learn,
object turned,
object turns,
percent earned,
project turned,
project turns,
render an,
repair work,
sector in,
subject turned,
subject turns,
success turned,
success turns,
success worth,
temper in,
tender in,
their turn,
vector in,
venture in,
venture on

4 syllables:
cigarette burn,
cigarette burned,
cigarette burns,
director in,
receptor in,
remember in,
remember one,
surrender in

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