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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with floaters:

2 syllables:
beaux jours,
to terms,
two terms,
who turns,
broker earns,
drove herds,
glow worms,
no words,
now turn,
smoke curls,
throw words,
to term,
to turn,
two birds,
two curves,
two firms,
two girls,
two thirds,
two words,
who serves,
who turn,
whole herds,
close terms,
coast turns,
gross terms,
growth terms,
growth turns,
known terms,
one turns,
quote words,
stone turns,
those terms,
whose terms,
wrote her,
wrote words,
do dirt,
no worse,
to nurse,
bone earth,
do bird,
do work,
glow worm,
gross earth,
known earth,
low birth,
low church,
no church,
no firm,
no word,
no work,
one heard,
phoebe bird,
pro birth,
pro verb,
slow burn,
slow worm,
so firm,
to burn,
to church,
to curb,
to learn,
to merge,
to search,
to serve,
to third,
to work,
who learn,
who serve,
who work,
whole earth,
woe worth,
boat as,
bow ties

3 syllables:
motor whose,
voter whose,
broker whose,
over as,
over whose,
owner has,
owner whose,
above terms,
approach turns,
lower terms,
motor homes,
motor noise,
motor phase,
motor shows,
propose terms,
rotor noise,
rotor phase,
unknown terms,
voter knows,
voters whose,
above verse,
above earth,
alone heard,
cologne earth,
employ terms

4 syllables:
composer whose,
enclosure whose

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