Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with boxers:

2 syllables:
beaux jours,
broke serve,
spoke words,
broker earns,
smoke curls,
two curves,
who serves,
vogue words,
blown search,
chose words,
cloak fern,
close search,
close terms,
closed thurs,
coast turns,
flown words,
gross terms,
gross words,
growth curves,
growth firms,
growth surge,
growth terms,
growth turns,
known birds,
known firms,
known girls,
known terms,
known words,
no cure,
notes heard,
notes serve,
oak fern,
one learns,
one turns,
owned herds,
quote words,
shows curves,
soaked earth,
stone turns,
those birds,
those firms,
those girls,
those nerves,
those terms,
those words,
to cure,
whole search,
whole words,
whose nerves,
whose terms,
whose words,
wrote words,
folks whose,
two girls,
drove herds,
glow worms,
gross earth,
no words,
stroked her,
throw words,
to curb,
to search,
to serve,
to terms,
two birds,
two firms,
two terms

3 syllables:
above serves,
alone serves,
approach serves,
broker whose,
soccer shoes,
above curves,
above serve,
above terms,
above words,
alone serve,
approach turns,
compose words,
decode words,
enclose words,
folder whose,
holder whose,
lower spurs,
propose terms,
shoulder as,
unknown birds,
unknown terms,
unknown words,
baroque pearls,
motor whose,
over as,
over whose,
owner has,
owner whose,
stoic terms

4 syllables:
composer whose,
enclosure whose,
kosovo serbs,
to clear hawse

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