Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with web browser:

3 syllables:
edge router,
share our,
where our,
cette pauvre,
dense outer,
femme pauvre,
fresh powder,
smell powder,
kept our,
air power,
bell tower,
check power,
death power,
dread power,
fresh power,
help our,
hence our,
left our,
press power,
send our,
share power,
spare power,
spend our,
stair tower,
threat power,
where power,
check trousers,
checked trousers,
pressed trousers,
pressure power,
set our,
tell our,
them our,
yet our,
bread rather,
bread wrapper,
breath rather,
bridge router,
carob powder,
check rather,
death rather,
dressed rather,
dwell rather,
flesh rather,
fresh rather,
genre rather,
guess rather,
hedge wrapper,
press rather,
pressure occur,
pressure rather,
shell rather,
sketch rather,
smell rather,
spread rather,
stressed rather,
switch router,
them rather,
threat rather

4 syllables:
access router,
henri hauser,
convex outer,
excess powder,
accept our,
access power,
access routers,
affect our,
defend our,
direct our,
excess power,
express power,
extend our,
hotel tower,
possess power,
prevent our,
protect our,
express our,
narrow outer,
their outer,
access rather,
addressed rather,
ahead rather,
enoch crowder,
excess rather,
express rather,
hotel rather,
possess rather,
progress rather,
progressed rather,
regret rather,
repel rather,
success rather,
suppress rather,
carry our,
pepper powder

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