Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with file server:

3 syllables:
style further,
while further,
price searcher,
drive further,
fight further,
give further,
guide further,
light further,
lime burner,
line worker,
might further,
might murder,
mine worker,
night worker,
price further,
slide further,
slight further,
slight murmur,
strike further,
tried further,
white worker,
write further,
states surveyor,
gyles turner,
miles further,
child further,
child learner,
child murder,
child nurture,
child worker,
cites further,
rights further,
rights worker,
sites further,
while workers,
writes further,
lighter verse,
minor verse,
price searchers,
tyler burge,
gives further,
heinz werner,
lines further,
sides further,
times further,
tribes further

4 syllables:
highway surveyor,
acquire further,
decline further,
define further,
derive further,
describe further,
design further,
desire further,
devise further,
divide further,
empire further,
enquire further,
provide further,
refine further,
supplied further,
supplies further,
survive further,
became surveyor,
estate surveyor,
fixer upper,
highway surveyors,
mining surveyor,
title searcher,
curtail further,
detail further,
entail further,
female murder,
female worker,
decides further,
declines further,
describes further,
entire verse,
provides further

5 syllables:
families further,
compiler error

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