Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with alma mater:

3 syllables:
drum major,
some major,
some other,
gem cutter,
can offer,
ten other,
then other,
tongue other,
when other,
blood other,
but other,
ceara rubber,
chief usher,
has other,
judge other,
much other,
rural upper,
stress other,
struck other,
such other,
suche other,
touches other,
u.s.a. other,
up other,
youthful lover,
come under,
lung butter,
thumb under,
young hunter,
blood mother,
bug hunter,
but mother,
chief hunter,
crumb rubber,
den mother,
drum majors,
duck hunter,
dutch mother,
judge hunter,
nut butter,
petit beurre,
rug cutter,
rum runner,
some others,
squirrel hunter,
such major,
trump other,
when mother,
young major,
young mature,
young mother,
youthful mother,
can muster,
comment heard,
bring utter,
in utter,
clutch hitter,
come hither,
done under

4 syllables:
become major,
become mature,
become other,
extra butter,
urban upper,
added other,
advice other,
arise other,
asset other,
entice other,
escuela libre,
excel other,
extra color,
extra colour,
extra cover,
office other,
opaque color,
opaque colour,
uncle luther,
unless other,
alice nutter,
become under,
succumb under,
added butter,
added major,
allan mazur,
become alert,
become mothers,
become paler,
becomes other,
extra return,
irate mother,
shea butter,
unless major,
become greater,
comma after,
famous tower,
begun under,
extra letter,
extra measure

6 syllables:
linoleum cutter

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