Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with buffer state:

3 syllables:
suffered eight,
cover states,
dover strait,
greater states,
luther states,
major states,
mature states,
mother states,
other states,
upper states,
butter plate,
color plate,
colour plate,
cover plate,
gular plate,
rubber plate,
smothered mate,
upper plate,
brother stayed,
covered eight,
covers eight,
mother stayed,
closer spaced,
color stain,
commerce based,
greater rate,
greater stake,
greater weight,
major stage,
major stake,
major weight,
mature stage,
mature weight,
mother stays,
other stage,
summer weight,
upper stage,
upper weight,
cluster states,
cover eight,
desert states,
dover straits,
govern states,
greater taste,
husserl states,
mother saint,
number states,
other eight,
others straight,
structure states,
under straight,
upper eight,
upper saint,
commerce might,
suffer quite,
colors based,
mothers faced,
others based,
others faced,
others paint,
others raced,
others take,
others waste

4 syllables:
greater estate,
officer states,
rubber estate,
summer estate,
ocular plate,
la perouse strait,
other estates,
rubber estates,
suffer certain,
summary states,
summer estates,
officers based,
officers faced,
others await

5 syllables:
philosopher states

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