Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with drysalter:

3 syllables:
visit her,
deer hunter,
lip ulcer,
michael scheuer,
sloughing ulcer,
still hunter,
witch hunter,
his utter,
brick color,
brick colour,
bring utter,
click color,
in utter,
middle term,
prison term,
quick color,
thick collar,
tick collar,
with utter,
is under,
paris under,
this under,
being under,
brick under,
bridge under,
bring under,
cliff under,
climb under,
ditch under,
drill under,
drizzle turned,
firing under,
flourish under,
here under,
him under,
his hunger,
if under,
in under,
it under,
niche under,
parish under,
pitch under,
ridge under,
shear under,
singh under,
sit under,
skill under,
sling under,
smith under,
sphere under,
split under,
spring under,
stick under,
stiff under,
still under,
string under,
strip under,
swing under,
switch under,
there under,
thick under,
thing under,
visit earth,
were under,
which under,
with under,
writhe under,
year under

4 syllables:
benign ulcer,
veronis suhler,
civil letter,
little later,
little letter,
little lighter,
little tower,
michael later,
middle letter,
middle tower,
mitchell later,
prison tower,
trifle later,
triple heater,
adding under,
admit under,
appear under,
asking under,
berlin under,
career under,
galicia under,
manila under,
resin under,
submit under,
until under,
virgin under,
visit later,
visit our

5 syllables:
official later,
official letter,
violin under

6 syllables:
apocryphal letter

Some other possibilities:

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