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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with crosser:

2 syllables:
all er,
all her,
bore her,
call her,
caught her,
faux fur,
for her,
half her,
nor her,
or her,
sought her,
taught her,
thought her,
crossed her,
draw her,
force her,
saw her,
though her,
calls her,
all heard,
auf der,
auth. ver,
auth ver,
broad earth,
called her,
cough worse,
drawn hearse,
for earth,
forth her,
half heard,
half per,
jaw jerk,
law firm,
law term,
more per,
or earth,
or heard,
or hurt,
or per,
saw wort,
small earth,
smaller earth,
straw purse,
though burke,
though church,
break of serve,
broad search,
course heard,
course serve,
cross birth,
cross church,
cross curve,
cross nurse,
false myrrh,
force per,
force search,
forced her,
morse earle,
or serve,
sauce served,
sauce serves,
sauce verte,
strong surge,
though earth,
though stern,
cause her,
at her,
back her,
both her,
bought her,
brought her,
calm her,
catch her,
down her,
from her,
got her,
had her,
not her,
out her,
shot her,
stop her,
than her,
that her,
throughout her,
watch her,
what her,
whom her


3 syllables:
because her,
along her,
among her,
before her,
restore her,
because earth,
along earth,
among earth,
before heard,
drawing her,
support her,
default search,
about her


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