Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with brooder:

2 syllables:
move her,
prove her,
use her,
drew her,
knew her,
moved her,
threw her,
used her,
you her,
bruit heard,
groote schuur,
jew baiter,
new term,
new turn,
you turn,
blue bird,
blue perch,
boo word,
choose search,
chou fleur,
chou vert,
dew worm,
future earth,
grew worse,
group heard,
loose earth,
louise heard,
new bern,
new birth,
new church,
new firm,
new word,
new work,
school learn,
screw worm,
skew curve,
smooth earth,
thou wert,
true church,
views heard,
you learn,
you serve,
you work,
crude birth,
loup de mer,
moved earth,
new earth,
skewed curve,
you earn,
you heard,
you hurt,
bade her,
bei der,
bowed her,
did her,
feed her,
guide her,
had her,
heard her,
hid her,
hide her,
laid her,
lead her,
made her,
need her,
owed her,
paid her,
read her,
said her,
showed her,
spread her,
fruit turns,
fruit worm,
new terms

3 syllables:
remove her,
accused her,
removed her,
renewed earth,
resumed her,
toute heure,
doing her,
reduce search,
renewed church,
renewed search,
renewed surge,
study earth,
aside her,
betrayed her,
enjoyed her,
offered her,
persuade her,
provide her,
acute herpes,
acute nerve,
produced per,
review terms

4 syllables:
absolute term,
absolute dearth,
absolute terms,
absolute worth

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