Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with shoulders:

2 syllables:
beaux jours,
closed thurs,
could earn,
owned herds,
whole words,
would earn,
would hurt,
would urge,
hold her,
old girls,
rolled her,
sold her,
told her,
whole herds,
close terms,
coast turns,
gross terms,
growth terms,
growth turns,
known terms,
one turns,
stone turns,
those terms,
toll turn,
whole verse,
whose terms,
chose words,
flown words,
gross words,
growth curves,
growth firms,
known birds,
known firms,
known girls,
known words,
one learns,
quote words,
shows curves,
sole burn,
spoke words,
those birds,
those firms,
those girls,
those nerves,
those words,
vogue words,
whole church,
whole curve,
whole nerve,
whole search,
whole third,
whole work,
whose nerves,
whose words,
wrote words,
bold as,
cold as,
could as,
gold as,
gold has,
hold as,
old as,
old days,
sold as,
told as,
whole days,
would as,
could curse,
could nurse

3 syllables:
folder whose,
holder whose,
shoulder as,
holders whose,
older boys,
older heads,
older homes,
older phase,
older these,
shoulder shows,
shoulder these,
shoulder vise,
above terms,
approach turns,
propose terms,
unknown terms,
above curves,
above serves,
above words,
alone serves,
approach serves,
compose words,
decode words,
enclose words,
exposed earth,
lower spurs,
unknown birds,
unknown words,
enrolled as,
enrolled nurse

4 syllables:
soldier whose

Some other possibilities:

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