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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with soldier:

2 syllables:
be older,
rolled her,
the older,
the shoulder,
two older


3 syllables:
could either,
could ne'er,
should either,
would either,
blow drier,
two tier,
closed either,
closed heater,
coal meter,
drove deeper,
goal keeper,
goals either,
grows deeper,
holes either,
known dealer,
owned either,
probe deeper,
roles either,
those deeper,
could neither,
go deeper,
gold beater,
gold fever,
holds either,
holy herb,
lowly earth,
old geezer,
should feature,
should neither,
showed either,
toad eater,
would feature,
would neither,
close teacher,
coast either,
hoped either,
known teacher,
one teacher,
chose neither,
chose peter,
close reader,
clothes either,
croat leader,
gross feeder,
grote reber,
grows keener,
grows weaker,
homes either,
hopes either,
known feature,
known leader,
known peter,
knows neither,
loans either,
notes either,
one feature,
quote peter,
roads either,
rose fever,
showed neither,
showed peter,
shows feature,
shows neither,
shows peter,
spoke neither,
votes either,
whose leader,
wrote feature,
wrote neither,
wrote peter,
an older,
are older,
hold our,
of older,
off the shoulder,
on older


4 syllables:
composed either,
exposed either,
promote deeper,
proposed either,
supposed either,
approached either,
provoked either,
unknown teacher,
adobe reader,
approach neither,
denotes either,
suppose neither,
unknown feature,
unknown reader,
denote either,
promote either


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