Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bowl over:

3 syllables:
low loader,
to lower,
two lower,
whole lower,
home owner,
known owner,
whose owner,
whole motor,
whole solar,
bowed lower,
known lower,
quote lower,
showed lower,
shown lower,
shows lower,
those lower,
whose lower,
broach holder,
coco de mer,
go-go girl,
go go girl,
go to work,
gross motor,
grows older,
home owners,
phone owners,
probe holder,
roach holder,
road roller,
stone roller,
stone sober,
stove poker,
stroke motor,
those older,
those owners,
to shoulder,
whose owners,
coal heaver,
whole liver,
cold sober,
float toward,
grow older,
wrote toward,
pro choicer,
closed lower,
cold shower,
could lower,
grows slower,
notes lower,
should lower,
showed slower,
stole toward,
stroll toward,
tones lower,
whole toward,
would lower

4 syllables:
unknown owner,
remote soever,
above lower,
lower lower,
body odor,
lower molar,
lower motor,
lower roller,
lower solar,
owner owner,
photo author,
photo hirmer,
unknown owners,
embryo liver,
enjoy lower,
escrow holder,
holy roller,
lower owner,
noble owner,
plateau toward,
provo river,
rollo myers,
roseau river,
solar polar,
allow lower,
below lower,
exposed lower,
going lower,
growing lower,
mobile lower,
narrow lower,
proposed lower,
showing lower,
slowly lower,
toward lower

5 syllables:
pongolo river,
apollo finger,
apollo lunar,
molopo river,
scioto river

Some other possibilities:

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