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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with forcer:

2 syllables:
more per,
or per,
bore her,
course heard,
course serve,
for her,
force per,
force search,
forced her,
morse earle,
nor her,
or her,
or serve,
calls her,
auf der,
auth. ver,
auth ver,
called her,
crossed her,
half per,
all er,
all her,
board heard,
break of serve,
broad search,
call her,
caught her,
court heard,
court terme,
crore worth,
false myrrh,
faux fur,
for birth,
for church,
for third,
for word,
for work,
for worse,
george earle,
george heard,
half her,
more work,
north third,
or church,
or firm,
or girl,
or nurse,
or third,
or turn,
or word,
or work,
or worse,
shore bird,
short term,
sought her,
strong surge,
taught her,
the short term,
thought her,
torque curve,
war work,
war worn,
warmer earth,
warned her,
coarse flour,
coarse furred,
coarse shirt,
course learn,
course served,
course serves,
course work,
course worth,
courts heard,
courts serve,
draw her,
for earth,
force curve,
force nurse,
force served,
force serves,
gorse bird,
horse herds,
horse worth,
morse curve,
or earth

3 syllables:
support her,
before her,
restore her,
because her,
along her,
among her,
before birth,
before church,
before pearl,
default search,
before heard,
forcing her

5 syllables:
exploratory search

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