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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with afterglow:

3 syllables:
after two,
after close,
after growth,
after so,
after to,
actors to,
chapter two,
chapters to,
factors to,
masters to,
factor close,
staff workload,
actor to,
actors who,
chapter to,
factor flows,
factor growth,
factor to,
faster growth,
hammer blow,
latter two,
master to,
masters who,
matters so,
matters to,
pattern to,
rather slow,
after closed,
matter close,
actor who,
after note,
after those,
flatter slope,
latter flows,
latter grows,
latter growth,
latter to,
master lode,
master who,
matter flows,
matter grows,
matter now,
matter so,
matter to,
rather go,
rather low,
standard to,
absurd to,
adverse to,
anchored to,
answered to,
answers to,
backward to,
after one,
after whose,
anchor close,
matter how,
matter who,
pander to

4 syllables:
hereafter to,
chapter below,
chapter follow,
factor below,
factors allow,
master shallow,
after followed,
after plato,
after thorough,
chapter allow,
commanders to,
hereafter known,
hereafter shown,
latter below,
latter follow,
matter below,
after glucose,
commander to,
latter allow

5 syllables:
alexander to

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