Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mastered:

2 syllables:
grant heard,
grass bird,
pass word,
class turned,
glass turned,
grass turned,
had stirred,
last third,
last word,
the last word,
and heard,
black bird,
catch word,
frank heard,
kap verde,
ralph heard,
slang word,
that third,
that word,
valle verde,
had heard,
ant bird,
class learned,
class words,
class world,
craft turned,
glass world,
graham turned,
grant turned,
grant urged,
grass burned,
had turned,
last term,
plant turned,
shaft turned,
staff heard,
staff turned,
takes third,
track turned,
backs turned,
blacks turned,
cast her,
chance turned,
class served,
glance turned,
lance turned,
last words,
latter urged,
laugh turned,
passed her,
past her,
that turned,
tracks turned,
court heard,
dog turd,
heart heard,
and third,
and urged,
grass skirt

3 syllables:
master had,
master heard,
attack turned,
chapter head,
gesagt wurde,
japan turned,
jason heard,
suzanne turned,
advanced third,
anger stirred,
cassie heard,
cassie turned,
faster and,
latter had,
latter heard,
master and,
master guide,
master hand,
master lode,
master owned,
master said,
master showed,
matter had,
matter heard,
nasser turned,
pastor and,
plaster and,
plaster heads,
tracy turned,
advance earned,
again heard,
allow third,
also heard,
at a word,
attack birds

4 syllables:
abraham heard,
extractor hood,
really stirred,
commander had

5 syllables:
alexander had,
alexander heard

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