Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with older:

2 syllables:
closed her,
bowed her,
could earn,
holds her,
owed her,
showed her,
would earn,
would hurt,
would urge,
stroked her,
one per,
toll turn,
wrote her,
broke her,
close her,
does her,
drove her,
go fer,
known her,
knows her,
lose her,
pro per,
shown her,
shows her,
sole burn,
two per,
who wore,
whole church,
whole curve,
whole nerve,
whole search,
whole third,
whole verse,
whole work,
cold work,
could curse,
could learn,
could merge,
could nurse,
could search,
could serve,
could turn,
could work,
do dirt,
do her,
gold fern,
hold firm,
hold serve,
how her,
now her,
old bird,
old church,
old firm,
old girl,
old nurse,
should curse,
should learn,
should merge,
should nurse,
should search,
should serve,
should turn,
should work,
so her,
throw her,
to her,
to learn,
who learn,
whole earth,
would burn,
would curse,
would learn,
would merge,
would search,
would serve,
would turn,
would work,
joined her,
one term,
one turn,
soaked earth

3 syllables:
approached her,
above her,
approach her,
exposed earth,
enrolled nurse,
folded her,
holding her,
lowered her,
sowohl durch,
toward her,
unto her,
above curve,
above serve,
above third,
adobe church

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