Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with follower:

2 syllables:
great scholar

3 syllables:
cause lower,
far lower,
followed her,
from lower,
hollow earth,
not lower,
notch lower,
square lower,
allow her,
shall lower,
though lower,
far over,
flock owner,
flop over,
from homer,
from over,
garage owner,
got over,
knock over,
lodge owner,
not over,
onto her,
slop over,
stock owner,
stop over,
wash over,
watch over,
yacht owner,
caused lower,
charge lower,
dropped lower,
drops lower,
hollow curve,
hollow nerve,
large lower,
palo verde,
polo shirt,
sharp lower,
swallow wort,
top loader,
snow shower,
a dollar,
a scholar,
all over,
allowed her,
allows her,
also her,
at lower,
ball over,
below her,
black lower,
broad lower,
brought lower,
by lower,
call over,
class lower,
fall over,
for lower,
had lower,
her lower,
ideal scholar,
or lower,
rural lower,
score lower,
shallow earth,
small owner,
stall owner,
stall shower,
still lower,
that lower,
though slower,
three lower,
throughout lower,
to lower,
two lower,
us dollar,
while lower

4 syllables:
follow our,
enough lower,
salon owner,
follow either,
follow higher,
follow offer,
follow other,
following her,
occur lower,
solo homer,
allow our,
along lower,
among lower,
because lower,
degree lower,
dual layer,
enjoy lower,
entail lower,
female lower,
offer lower,
until lower

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