Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with soar upwards:

3 syllables:
foreign words,
moral words,
cautious words,
dozen words,
foreign birds,
forget words,
formal words,
moral worlds,
mortal words,
norman words,
chorus girls,
dozen birds,
foreign firms,
foreign girls,
foreign terms,
forest herbs,
moral terms,
forest birds,
gorgeous birds,
normal birds,
thoughtful words,
thoughtless words,
drawn upward,
for others,
forceful words,
mournful words,
or others,
scornful words,
shortest words,
store offers,
strong upward,
causal terms,
cautious terms,
dozen firms,
dozen girls,
dozen turns,
awful words,
bonus words,
chosen words,
common words,
drawn inwards,
latin words,
novel words,
rapid words,
shouted words,
status words,
storing birds,
tamil words,
borne upward,
choral works,
course upward,
court observes,
force upward,
foreign works,
moral works,
soars upward

4 syllables:
forgotten words,
glorious words,
korean words,
recorded words,
reported words,
femoral nerves,
enormous birds,
exalted words,
foreign workers,
forest towards,
horrid murders,
moral cowards,
moral hazards,
sonorous words,
horrible words,
before others,
borah papers,
cordial words,
enormous herds,
laura perls,
record affords,
sorrowful words,
story affords,
warm up towards,
recalling words,
report observes,
yoruba words

5 syllables:
korea keywords,
laura edwards

Some other possibilities:

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