Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bouncer:

2 syllables:
found her,
round her,
down her,
aus der,
four per,
hour per,
once her,
bought her,
bound earth,
brought her,
brown chert,
brown church,
brown flour,
brown shirt,
crown work,
doubt serve,
grown worse,
out her,
own church,
own word,
own work,
round earth,
sound heard,
throughout her,
your search,
bound search,
brown earth,
brown heard,
brown served,
brown skirt,
ground search,
house heard,
house search,
know her,
show her,
and her,
bonne heure,
force her,
jacques cceur,
takes her,
want her,
hours per,
bought flour,
doubt learn,
gauss curve,
haute couture,
house church,
house worth,
mouse sperm,
mouth curve,
nautch girl,
south church,
south pearl,
south perth,
south worth,
throughout church,
trout perch,
your birth,
your church,
your firm,
your turn,
your word,
your work,
ann surg,
france heard,
once heard,
once per,
since her,
than her,
wants her,
pounds per,
sounds heard

3 syllables:
around her,
enough flour,
about her,
amount per,
around earth,
accounts serve,
enough nerve,
about birth,
about church,
about third,
about work,
devout church,
endowed church,
enough sperm,
outre mer,
answer her,
convince her,
about earth,
about turn,
account earns,
account terms,
account turned,
account turns,
account worth,
amount earned,
amount turned,
amount worth,
around birth

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