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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with old-timer:

3 syllables:
old timers,
old liner,
closed tighter,
one timer,
two timer,
volts higher,
coach driver,
whose driver,
should tailor,
should taper,
folge einer,
gold finder,
showed minor,
cloak tighter,
co driver,
goals higher,
phone tighter,
blow dryer,
could divert,
doped fiber,
float higher,
ghost rider,
ghost writer,
pro lifer,
should divert,
showed higher,
whole higher,
would divert,
glowed brighter,
grows brighter,
shone brighter,
boiled cider,
could favor,
could later,
could savor,
rolled paper,
should cater,
should favor,
should labor,
should later,
would favor,
would labor,
would later,
would wager,
notes higher,
one liner,
psoas minor,
shows minor,
those minor


4 syllables:
twofold higher,
renowned writer,
supposed writer,
arnaud sicre,
holding higher,
older writer,
proposed higher,
supposed higher,
promote higher,
rode a tiger,
shoulder higher,
solar dryer,
folgen einer,
promote wider,
promotes higher,
voltage higher


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