Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with debaser:

3 syllables:
up other,
blood other,
but other,
can offer,
ceara rubber,
chief usher,
drum major,
has other,
judge other,
much other,
rural upper,
some major,
some other,
stress other,
struck other,
such other,
suche other,
ten other,
terra mater,
then other,
tongue other,
touches other,
u.s.a. other,
when other,
youthful lover,
blood buffer,
can assert,
chub sucker,
clubs offer,
double earth,
jesus heard,
leg ulcer,
lung butter,
nut butter,
shrub cover,
stress buffer,
stress ulcer,
stuck closer,
venus earth,
stress buster,
rubbing her,
judges heard,
trump other,
up under,
beautiful earth

4 syllables:
extra butter,
added other,
advice other,
alma mater,
arise other,
asset other,
become major,
become mature,
become other,
entice other,
escuela libre,
excel other,
extra color,
extra colour,
extra cover,
office other,
opaque color,
opaque colour,
uncle luther,
unless other,
urban upper,
added butter,
bubble layer,
double layer,
extra dessert,
rubble layer,
shea butter,
allan mazur,
become paler,
upper upper,
acids other,
added color,
added colour,
added major,
added others,
added under,
adjust other,
adult other,
advice offered,
advice under,
algal cover,
alice hubbard,
alice nutter,
alma maters,
arise under,
asset under,
augment other,
basal layer,
become alert,
become mothers,
become under,
becomes other,
begun under

5 syllables:
unstable layer,
addresses other

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