Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pourparler:

3 syllables:
small parlor,
north parlor,
for larger,
george archer,
george arthur,
george harper,
morte arthur,
north harbor,
or larger,
port arthur,
store larger,
york harbor,
george parker,
broad charter,
called arthur,
clause marker,
drawn farther,
drawn larger,
gong farmer,
paul sartre,
small farmer,
thought carter,
force barker,
george barber,
george barker,
course larger,
course occur,
door knocker,
doors farther,
for copper,
for farmers,
for father,
force larger,
force posture,
fought harder,
fourth armored,
fourth larger,
george carter,
george carver,
george farmer,
george odger,
george palmer,
half dollar,
horse archers,
horse pasture,
morte darthur,
north charter,
north darfur,
north pasture,
or copper,
or father,
pores larger,
pores occur,
scores occur,
small harbor,
sore loser,
spores occur,
strong armer,
strong dollar,
strong partner,
though carter,
though larger,
thought arthur,
thought harder,
wrong partner,
beer parlor,
beer parlour,
faire parler,
floor parlor,
corn popper,
for proper,
for scholars,
fourth partner,
george potter,
more proper,
or proper,
though arthur,
called doctor,
black poplar,
board order,
corps order,
court order

4 syllables:
explore farther,
before arthur,
among larger,
because carter,
because larger,
absorb larger,
because arthur,
before father,
support larger,
transport occur,
yorki harper,
before proper,
before roger,
restore honor,
restore proper,
storage layer,
support partner,
torah scholar

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