Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with jokester:

3 syllables:
to center,
to shelter,
go getter,
co lessor,
do better,
no better,
no letter,
noah webster,
stroke center,
to better,
to enter,
to western,
who enter,
whole letter,
rose elder,
so tender,
spoke better,
to render,
grows heavier,
no member,
stone heavier,
throw temper,
to venture,
whole lecture,
women wore,
wrote eleanor,
noticed her,
bow bearer,
coal heaver,
could enter,
gros ventre,
gross error,
growth center,
growth centre,
growth sector,
growth vector,
known center,
known centre,
known error,
known never,
known vector,
no measure,
one enters,
one ever,
one never,
one sector,
phone center,
phone never,
quixote center,
shoe leather,
should enter,
slope error,
slow lemur,
sole leather,
stone center,
stone never,
stone shelter,
throat center,
throat centre,
to measure,
to refer,
to whether,
two decker,
two sectors,
two vectors,
who never,
whole center,
whole centre,
whole sector,
whose center,
whose centre,
would enter,
go getters,
vote getter,
bone setter,
choke lever,
closed tester,
flows better,
go one better,
grows better

4 syllables:
alone enter,
above center,
above centre,
above error,
alone entered,
alone enters,
alone never,
approach vector,
expose error,
lower center,
lower centre,
lower sector,
remote center,
remote centre,
slowly enter,
unknown error,
unknown vector,
above letter,
alone better,
approach better

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