Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with disaster:

3 syllables:
bliss after,
is after,
paris after,
this after,
his master,
is faster,
is master,
swiss pastor,
this master,
being after,
brick after,
bridge after,
bring after,
cheer after,
chill after,
click after,
cliff after,
climb after,
cousin after,
did after,
ditch after,
drill after,
firing after,
flourish after,
here after,
him after,
his answer,
hiss alger,
if after,
in after,
it after,
min after,
parish after,
pierre hassner,
pitch after,
quick after,
ridge after,
singh after,
skill after,
smith after,
sphere after,
split after,
spring after,
sprouting after,
stick after,
stiff after,
still after,
string after,
strip after,
swing after,
switch after,
tearing after,
there after,
thick after,
thing after,
this answer,
till after,
tiring after,
trick after,
were after,
which after,
year after,
zurich after,
years aster,
being master,
brisk canter,
chicks after,
chips after,
christ after,
climb faster,
his anger,
his chapter,
missed after,
myths after,
paris chapter,
parish pastor,
pis aller,
prince after,
rinse after,
ships after,
shrill laughter,
since after

4 syllables:
aching after,
adding after,
admit after,
appear after,
asking after,
berlin after,
career after,
commit after,
resin after,
until after,
untill after,
virgin after,
eclipse after,
exist after,
lewis after,
resist after

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