Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with governors:

3 syllables:
w.p.a. workers,
cover girls,
cover terms,
dutch learners,
glove workers,
governor earle,
lover turns,
major nerves,
young learners,
mother nurse,
brother turns,
butter churns,
chief workers,
closer terms,
clover fern,
color curves,
color serves,
color terms,
color turns,
color words,
colour terms,
colour turns,
colour words,
cover girl,
cover third,
covered earth,
dutch burghers,
dutch workers,
greater nerve,
major burns,
major firms,
major nerve,
major terms,
major thirds,
mature birds,
mature firms,
mature girls,
mature nerve,
mature worms,
mother birds,
mother learns,
mother serves,
mother turns,
other birds,
other firms,
other girls,
other terms,
other verbs,
other words

4 syllables:
governor has,
governor hayes,
governor whose,
extra workers,
cover layers,
cover varies,
glover towers,
greater honors,
money earners,
ocular nerves,
other owners,
govern others,
governor chose,
governor haynes,
governor pease,
governor was,
added workers,
advice workers,
alice perrers,
become workers,
brother authors,
buffer layers,
color layers,
color occurs,
color varies,
colour occurs,
colour varies,
deter others,
excitor nerve,
fibre layers,
greater errors,
greater horrors,
greater powers,
major authors,
major buyers,
major errors,
major fires,
major powers,
mature powers,
mother occurs,
mother offers,
mother worries,
ocular nerve,
office workers,
officer learns,
officer serves,
officer turns,
other authors,
other errors,
other layers,
other powers

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See governors used in context: 9 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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