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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with coaler:

2 syllables:
bowed her,
broke her,
close her,
does her,
drove her,
go fer,
known her,
knows her,
lose her,
owed her,
pro per,
showed her,
shown her,
shows her,
two per,
who wore,
wrote her,
do her,
hold her,
how her,
now her,
rolled her,
so her,
sold her,
throw her,
to her,
to learn,
told her,
who learn,
whole earth,
beaux jours,
bone earth,
closed her,
do bird,
do dirt,
do work,
glow worm,
gross earth,
known earth,
low birth,
low church,
no church,
no firm,
no word,
no work,
no worse,
now turn,
one heard,
one per,
phoebe bird,
pro birth,
pro verb,
slow burn,
slow worm,
so firm,
stroked her,
to burn,
to church,
to curb,
to merge,
to nurse,
to search,
to serve,
to term,
to third,
to turn,
to work,
who serve,
who turn,
who work,
woe worth,
bone flour,
could earn,
holds her,
lower earth,
pharaoh heard,
sole burn,
throw earth,
to earn,
to earth,
to hurt,
to urge,
toll turn,
who earn


3 syllables:
above her,
approach her,
unto her,
above earth,
above verse,
alone heard,
approached her,
cologne earth,
knowing her,
lowered her,
over her,
showing her,
throwing her,
toward her,
holy herb,
lowly earth


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