Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fosters:

2 syllables:
caste terms,
both terms,
chopped herbs,
from hers,
heart turns,
square terms,
stock terms,
stock turns,
trois jours,
caste girls,
cost curves,
cost her,
lost her,
most firms,
tossed her,
trois heures,
bonnes meurs,
cause burns,
cause firms,
both girls,
both words,
carl schurz,
dog turd,
giant earth,
heart heard,
large herds,
not words,
scott burns,
star turn,
stock birds,
stock firms,
watch birds,
watch words,
caste whose,
class terms,
cost as,
cross terms,
grass turns,
house turns,
lost as,
chart serves,
cost curve,
dropped her,
father earns,
giant birds,
giant ferns,
giant firms,
giant worms,
harsh terms,
heart burns,
heart words,
heart yearns

3 syllables:
doctor has,
doctor whose,
passage turns,
seront toujours,
foster homes,
foster these,
foster those,
monster whose,
response terms,
response turns,
compare curves,
compare words,
farmer has,
farmer whose,
passage serves,
prepare girls,
response serves,
master as,
master has,
master whose,
pastor whose,
foster house,
borrow terms,
carter chose,
carter was,
caster oil,
charter was,
contre les,
contre leurs,
doctor knows,
doctor says,
doctor shows,
doctor was,
doctors whose,
dollar terms,
donor whose,
drama turns,
father as,
father has,
father hayes,
father turns,
father whose,
foster hirsch,
foster home

4 syllables:
composite terms,
another as,
another has,
another whose

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