Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with balusters:

9 letters:
at others

11 letters:
valid terms,
rapid turns,
than others,
that offers,
that others,
what others,
salad herbs,
that enters,
allem durch,
wagon tires

12 letters:
racist terms,
status terms,
ballet girls,
battle turns,
black colors,
catch others,
class offers,
fallen girls,
flash offers,
nation turns,
patent terms,
salad serves,
staff offers,
status girls,
status words,
racist slurs,
shall assert,
small ulcers,
japan offers,
japan others,
sarah peters,
sarah waters,
allow others,
alton towers,
value others,
alkyl esters

13 letters:
scalp hunters,
balance terms,
balance turns,
class sisters,
plant hunters,
chaff cutters,
glass cutters,
grass cutters,
saddest words,
class sectors,
house hunters,
allele occurs,
attack others,
castle towers,
harass others,
myriad others,
status occurs,
status varies,
tamil letters,
status actors,
valley offers,
among hunters,
really offers

14 letters:
black cultures,
black shutters,
practice turns,
balanced words,
lattice towers,
attack confers,
lattice layers,
shallow ulcers,
status seekers,
surpass others,
travel letters,
balance errors,
balance occurs,
balance varies,
callous toward,
fascist powers,
gallop towards,
status matters,
status towards,
ballet masters,
cattle herders,
classes varies,
fallen sisters,
packet headers,
fallacy occurs

15 letters:
packed clusters,
callous towards,
ballet teachers,
racist teachers,
balance matters,
balance towards,
balanced powers,
chicana writers,
capacitor whose

16 letters:
challenge jurors,
black youngsters,
class youngsters,
galloped towards,
transistor whose

17 letters:
scalloped oysters

Some other possibilities:

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