Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with blow dryer:

3 syllables:
no prior,
co driver,
home buyer,
wrote prior,
folk writer,
go through fire,
growth prior,
known prior,
known writer,
no fire,
one writer,
prose writer,
showed minor,
shown prior,
slow fire,
stoke prior,
those prior,
to fire,
whose prior,
closed prior,
coach driver,
glowed brighter,
low rider,
no writer,
owned prior,
showed higher,
whose driver,
choroid layer,
to prayer,
notes higher,
cloak tighter,
coal fired,
folge einer,
goals higher,
grows lighter,
grows tired,
grows wider,
grows wiser,
one liner,
one timer,
phone tighter,
phone wires,
psoas minor,
shows minor,
those fires,
those minor,
tones higher,
coast prior,
float higher,
ghost rider,
ghost writer,
notes prior,
so tired,
two timer,
closed tighter,
goals prior,
grows brighter,
grows higher,
growth higher,
homes prior,
known writers,
old liner,
old timer,
one nighter,
pro lifer,
prose writers,
shone brighter

4 syllables:
above writer,
alone prior,
anode wires,
approach prior,
arnaud sicre,
arose prior,
unknown prior,
unknown writer,
composed prior,
exposed prior,
proposed prior,
renowned writer,
supposed writer,
promote wider,
promotes higher,
proposed higher,
supposed higher,
to hang fire,
twofold higher,
zone fire,
destroyed prior,
employed prior,
enjoyed prior,
lower drawer,
promote higher,
above writers,
europe prior,
exposed wires,
follow prior,
owner prior,
rode a tiger

5 syllables:
embryos prior,
exposure prior

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