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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with globetrotter:

3 syllables:
coast water,
no stronger,
closed water,
could water,
grows broader,
owned water,
should water,
old daughter,
one daughter,
slope water,
whose daughter,
bolt auger,
broke water,
coast waters,
gross water,
grows stronger,
grows taller,
known water,
notes author,
phone talker,
rose water,
shoal water,
showed stronger,
shows stronger,
shows water,
stone water,
throws water,
whole water,
whose water,
wrote longer,
globe trotters,
low water,
no water,
throw water,
to water,
wrote walter,
goal scorer,
grows smaller,
hoped rather,
showed smaller,
shown smaller,
shows smaller,
those smaller,
coast rather,
joint water,
lobes rather,
point water,
voice stronger,
closed waters,
holds water,
should falter,
showed longer


4 syllables:
promote water,
enclosed water,
exposed water,
promote broader,
proposed water,
promotes water,
supposed daughter,
above water,
cologne water,
fadome water,
global water,
locate water,
lowest water,
mobile water,
noble daughter,
promote longer,
promote stronger,
to back water,
unknown water,
remote router,
adobe mortar,
remote waters,
renowned lawyer,
approached rather,
provoked laughter,
colder water,
enclosed waters,
growing broader,
older daughter,
older water,
open water,
renowned author,
supposed author,
toward broader


5 syllables:
devoted daughter


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