Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with floret:

2 syllables:
mt. ararat,
mt ararat,
draw cut,
e wallet,
law but,
though but

3 syllables:
smaller but,
though current,
water but,
water butt,
longer it,
lower hutt,
power but,
power cut,
water it,
author as,
author has,
author on,
caller up,
daughter as,
daughter has,
horror as,
klor con,
longer an,
longer arise,
longer as,
longer has,
longer on,
though urban,
thought arise,
water as,
water has,
water hen,
water ice,
water on,
water up,
all current,
author ernest,
broad current,
corner cut,
cross current,
draws current,
fault circuit,
fault current,
for current,
law merchant,
more current,
more earnest,
more urgent,
nor circuit,
or circuit,
or current,
or permit,
order but,
power hit,
power it,
shore current,
small current,
source circuit,
store current,
strong current,
thought current,
water butts,
water gushed,
water must,
water rushed,
x-or circuit,
x or circuit,
xor circuit

4 syllables:
among current,
author about,
because current,
before current,
closure about,
daughter about,
explore current,
floral heights,
floral shirt,
horror about,
lawyer about,
longer about,
longer assert,
stronger about,
walker about,
water about,
water piet

5 syllables:
centaur rocket,
explored about

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