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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fathers:

2 syllables:
from hers,
trois jours,
father earns,
trois heures,
bog earth,
cause heard,
from earth,
koch curve,
not earn,
not heard,
not hurt,
not turn,
pot herb,
scotch church,
scott heard,
both girls,
both her,
both terms,
both words,
bonnes meurs,
calm her,
carl schurz,
caste terms,
cause burns,
cause firms,
cause her,
chopped herbs,
father earned


3 syllables:
father as,
father has,
father hayes,
father whose,
another earth,
donor whose,
occur as,
scholar whose,
bother these,
bother those,
father chose,
father does,
father eudes,
father hears,
father knows,
father raise,
father says,
father shows,
father these,
father was,
rather as,
father is,
bother him,
compare curves,
compare words,
copper gauze,
copper nose,
copper phase,
copper shows,
copper was,
doctor has,
doctor whose,
dollar homes,
dollar raise,
dollar shoes,
dollar was,
donors whose,
farmer has,
farmer whose,
father are,
father at,
father had,
father heard,
father in


4 syllables:
another as,
another has,
another whose,
another cause,
another noise,
another pause,
another phase,
another shows,
another these,
another use,
another was,
another house,
another is,
another age,
another are,
another at,
another eight,
another had,
another half,
another hour,
another if,
another in,
another it,
another of,
another on,
another one,
another or,
another whole


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