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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pounder:

2 syllables:
aus der,
bound earth,
down her,
round earth,
sound heard,
four per,
hour per,
and her,
bought her,
brought her,
out her,
throughout her,
brown chert,
brown church,
brown flour,
brown shirt,
crown work,
grown worse,
own church,
own word,
own work,
bound search,
brown earth,
brown heard,
browned flour,
crowd heard,
found work,
found worse,
found worth,
ground flour,
ground herbs,
ground pearl,
ground search,
ground urged,
ground work,
know her,
mound bird,
ploughed earth,
plowed earth,
pound flour,
pounds per,
round church,
round curve,
round pearl,
round turn,
round worm,
show her,
sound church,
sound worse,
sounds heard,
want her,
auf der,
bonne heure,
called her,
caused her,
dragged her,
grabbed her,
nach der,
once her,
your turn,
bought flour,
doubt learn,
doubt serve,
gauss curve,
haute couture,
hours per,
house church,
house worth,
mouse sperm,
mouth curve,
nautch girl,
south church,
south pearl,
south perth,
south worth


3 syllables:
around earth,
enough flour,
about her,
amount per,
around birth,
around church,
around nerve,
around perth,
around third,
compound curve,
compound nerve,
compound word,
enough nerve,
about birth,
about church,
about third,
about work,
devout church,
endowed church,
enough sperm,
outre mer


4 syllables:
surrounded her


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