Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with boyer:

2 syllables:
join her,
do her,
how her,
now her,
so her,
throw her,
to her,
boy girl,
joined her,
noise heard,
soy flour,
voice heard,
a per,
a younger,
an der,
are her,
are younger,
as her,
as per,
assure her,
bowed her,
broke her,
close her,
does her,
draw her,
drew her,
drove her,
go fer,
her her,
knew her,
know her,
known her,
knows her,
lay her,
li erh,
lose her,
lower earth,
of flour,
of her,
off her,
on her,
owed her,
pay her,
pharaoh heard,
pro per,
saw her,
see her,
show her,
showed her,
shown her,
shows her,
though her,
threw her,
throw earth,
to earn,
to earth,
to hurt,
to urge,
two per,
und der,
way her,
who earn,
who heard,
who wore,
why her,
wore her,
wrote her,
you her,
deutsche werke,
moist earth,
voice purred,
voice serves,
voice slurred,
voice stern,
voice stirred,
voice urged

3 syllables:
destroy earth,
enjoyed her,
unto her,
above her,
approach her,
away her,
offer her,
avoid worse,
destroy first,
destroy germs,
destroyed church,
employ first,
employ terms,
employ words,
enjoy first,
soya flour

4 syllables:
employer who,
employee earned,
employee earns

Some other possibilities:

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