Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with no brainer:

3 syllables:
probe laser,
throat razor,
to prayer,
code breaker,
stone breaker,
two baser,
known danger,
rope maker,
bone shaker,
close later,
close neighbor,
cloth paper,
goethe later,
gross labor,
growth later,
hoe scaler,
known labor,
known later,
known maker,
known paper,
note paper,
one paper,
phone later,
quote later,
rose chafer,
showed favor,
showed later,
shown favor,
shown later,
shows later,
spoke later,
stone later,
those later,
toll taker,
whole paper,
whose favor,
whose labor,
whose later,
whose paper,
wove paper,
wrote later,
throw paper,
to paper,
bow chaser,
choroid layer,
coach painter,
globe slater,
grows fainter,
growth layer,
home maker,
known painter,
one layer,
road grader,
rogue trader,
rolls razor,
smoke layer,
so later,
sole trader,
stone layer,
to favor,
to labor,
to later,
two later,
who favor,
who later,
whole labor,
whole later,
wrote taylor,
whole prayer,
maestro mayor,
stone breakers,
whole layer,
co driver,
folge einer

4 syllables:
remote danger,
supposed danger,
twofold danger,
unknown danger,
a note shaver,
above paper,
alone later,
approach later,
approach paper,
arose later,
promote labor,
promote safer,
unknown maker,
above layer,
global labor,
hobey baker,
lower fraser,
mobile labor,
unknown painter,
above prayer,
global layer,
hobart taylor,
joseph rayner,
lower drawer,
mobile layer,
above writer

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