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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with gangbusters:

3 syllables:
plant hunters,
scalp hunters,
angle turns,
black shutters,
black youngsters,
cache buffers,
chaff cutters,
class youngsters,
glass cutters,
grass cutters,
practice turns,
thank others,
blanket terms,
racist terms,
status terms,
back numbers,
badge numbers,
batch cultures,
batch numbers,
black numbers,
black vultures,
class cultures,
class numbers,
flask cultures,
mass numbers,
match numbers,
plaque ruptures,
staff numbers,
track numbers,
black sisters,
and offers,
and others,
brand offers,
chance offers,
grant others,
handle turns,
kantian terms,
plant offers,
ranch offers,
random terms,
range offers


4 syllables:
samba servers,
transistor whose,
angle towers,
angna enters,
ganga waters,
lattice towers,
attach numbers,
contact ulcers,
fermat numbers,
campus offers,
example turns,
sample letters,
chamois hunters,
expansion terms,
financial terms,
handed hitters,
mammoth hunters,
mercantile terms,
samba users,
suzanne somers


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