Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with kaiser roll:

2 syllables:
her role,
her goal,
per mole,
serve whole,
worm hole,
worth whole,
her whole,
burke could,
clerk could,
firm hold,
flour bolt,
flour could,
flour gold,
flour should,
flour would,
fuehrer would,
her cold,
her robe,
her would,
juror could,
juror should,
juror would,
served whole,
term goal,
work could,
world whole,
worm holes,
younger could,
younger should,
younger would,
church rolls,
earth rolled,
earth rolls,
her hold,
her old,
shirt rolled,
birch oil,
earth oil,
sperm oil,
worm oil,
birth whose,
church chose,
church whose,
clerk whose,
curve whose,
earth those,
earth whose,
flour doughs,
fur coat,
girl whose,
heard one,
her coat,
her nose,
her phone,
her toes,
her tone,
jurors whose,
nurse whose,
shirt whose,
third one,
third whose,
verse whose,
word does,
work one

3 syllables:
our role,
astor could,
astor would,
elgar wrote,
murder hole,
offer could,
offer should,
offer would,
our goal,
preserved whole,
borough hall,
clear roles,
diverse roles,
fewer roles,
future role,
greater role,
major role,
mayor rolph,
minor role,
our whole,
player rolls,
power roles,
proper role,
research roles,
reverse roles,
expert whose,
offer those,
offers one,
research whose,
return home

4 syllables:
entire whole

5 syllables:
entrepreneur could,
entrepreneur should,
entrepreneur would,
entrepreneur knows,
entrepreneurs whose

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