Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with boaster:

2 syllables:
stroked her,
wrote her,
closed her,
hold her,
rolled her,
sold her,
told her,
one per,
bowed her,
close her,
does her,
knows her,
lose her,
owed her,
showed her,
shows her,
broke her,
drove her,
go fer,
known her,
one term,
one turn,
pro per,
shown her,
soaked earth,
toll turn,
two per,
who wore,
coast turned,
coast turns,
do her,
ghost church,
ghost shirt,
ghost word,
gross earth,
gross terms,
how her,
now her,
now turn,
so her,
throw her,
to her,
to search,
to serve,
to term,
to turn,
who serve,
who turn,
whose stern,
close search,
close third,
could earn,
does bird,
does work,
grows worse,
holds her,
whose birth,
whose church,
whose third,
whose verse,
whose work,
whose worth,
would earn,
would hurt,
would urge,
blown search,
bone flour,
broke serve,
cloak fern,
cloth shirt,
cloth worth,
code word,
grove church,
growth curve,
growth surge,
home birth,
jones heard,
known church,
known verse,
known work,
known worse,
load curve,
loan word,
no cure

3 syllables:
approached her,
above her,
approach her,
noticed her,
unto her,
exposed earth,
closing her,
compose verse,
above curve,
above serve,
above third,
adobe church,
alone serve,
alone worth,
approach worth

4 syllables:
naomi schor

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