Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with superbowl:

3 syllables:
future role,
cooper could,
cooper should,
cooper would,
trooper would,
buber would,
group purpose,
cooler should,
cooper wrote,
future could,
future goals,
future roles,
future should,
future would,
hoover could,
hoover should,
hoover would,
humor could,
humor should,
humor would,
kruger could,
kruger would,
mover would,
ruler could,
ruler should,
ruler would,
rumor could,
rumor would,
schooner could,
schooner would,
shooter could,
shooter rolls,
shooter should,
shooter would,
sooner should,
sooner would,
suture should,
tudor would,
tumor could,
tumor should,
tumor would,
tutor could,
tutor should,
tutor would,
brewer would,
brewers mole,
fewer could,
fewer roles,
fewer would,
proverb holds,
proverb would,
rupert could,
rupert holmes,
rupert would,
sewer should,
sewer would,
troopers could,
troopers would,
viewer could,
viewer should,
viewer would,
buber wrote,
fewer holes,
newborn whose

4 syllables:
accuser should,
accuser would,
computer could,
computer should,
computer would,
consumer could,
consumer goals,
consumer roles,
consumer should,
consumer would,
maneuver could,
maneuver should,
maneuver would,
polluter should,
producer could,
producer should,
producer would,
pursuer could,
pursuer should,
pursuer would,
reviewer could,
reviewer should,
reviewer would

5 syllables:
semilunar bone

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