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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with floater:

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


3 syllables:
above her,
approach her,
approached her,
unto her,
lowered her,
toward her,
above earth,
above verse,
alone heard,
cologne earth,
knowing her,
over her,
showing her,
throwing her,
notice her,
promote birth,
to a turn


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