Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with roe deer:

2 syllables:
so dear,
note here,
cloth there,
do there,
go near,
go there,
growth there,
home here,
how near,
how there,
how were,
low gear,
no fear,
no mere,
no sir,
now there,
now were,
one ear,
one here,
one near,
rose ear,
shown here,
so near,
so there,
so were,
to cheer,
to fear,
to mere,
to near,
to one ear,
to rear,
to sir,
to year,
two were,
two year,
who fear,
who were,
could hear,
do here,
flowed there,
gode year,
hold dear,
knowed there,
now here,
road near,
road were,
should hear,
showed there,
so here,
stowed there,
to hear,
to here,
who hear,
would hear,
how dare,
who dare,
float there,
no tears,
throat there,
to steer,
to stir,
to tears,
wrote pierre,
wrote there,
blown there,
blows there,
bowed his,
bowed in,
broke there,
choke pear,
close there,
cloth eared,
cloth ears,
coach there,
code in,
code is,
does there,
dole beer,
drove there,
flowed in,
flown there,
flows there,
froze there,
globe there,
glowed in

3 syllables:
chateau there,
embryo there,
plateau there,
abode there,
proposed here,
employed here,
abode in,
above there,
above were,
alone there,
alone were,
approach there,
arose there,
borough there,
enroll there

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