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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with floaters:

7 letters:
to term,
to turn,
do dirt,
do bird,
do work,
no firm,
no word,
no work,
so firm,
to burn,
to curb,
to work,
boat as,
over as

8 letters:
to terms,
no words,
now turn,
who turn,
no worse,
to nurse,
pro verb,
to learn,
to merge,
to serve,
to third,
who work,
bow ties

9 letters:
two terms,
who turns,
two birds,
two firms,
two girls,
two words,
one turns,
wrote her,
glow worm,
low birth,
no church,
one heard,
pro birth,
slow burn,
slow worm,
to church,
to search,
who learn,
who serve,
woe worth,
owner has

10 letters:
glow worms,
two curves,
two thirds,
who serves,
bone earth,
low church,
over whose

11 letters:
beaux jours,
drove herds,
smoke curls,
throw words,
whole herds,
close terms,
coast turns,
gross terms,
known terms,
quote words,
stone turns,
those terms,
whose terms,
wrote words,
gross earth,
known earth,
phoebe bird,
whole earth,
motor whose,
voter whose,
owner whose,
above terms,
lower terms,
motor homes,
motor noise,
motor phase,
motor shows,
rotor noise,
rotor phase,
voter knows,
above verse,
above earth,
alone heard

12 letters:
broker earns,
growth terms,
growth turns,
broker whose,
voters whose,
employ terms

13 letters:
propose terms,
unknown terms,
cologne earth

14 letters:
approach turns,
composer whose

15 letters:
enclosure whose

Some other possibilities:

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