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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with owners:

2 syllables:
beaux jours,
to nurse,
bone earth,
broker earns,
drove herds,
glow worms,
known earth,
no words,
one heard,
smoke curls,
throw words,
to terms,
two birds,
two curves,
two firms,
two girls,
two terms,
two thirds,
two words,
who serves,
who turns,
whole herds,
flown words,
known birds,
known firms,
known girls,
known her,
known terms,
known words,
one learns,
one turns,
owned herds,
shown her,
stone turns,
those nerves,
whose nerves,
no worse,
to merge,
do bird,
do dirt,
do work,
glow worm,
gross earth,
low birth,
low church,
no church,
no firm,
no word,
no work,
now turn,
phoebe bird,
pro birth,
pro verb,
slow burn,
slow worm,
so firm,
to burn,
to church,
to curb,
to learn,
to search,
to serve,
to term,
to third,
to turn,
to work,
who learn,
who serve,
who turn,
who work,
whole earth,
woe worth,
a.h.m. jones,
blow nose,
blown nose


3 syllables:
owner has,
owner whose,
alone heard,
broker whose,
cologne earth,
motor whose,
over as,
over whose,
voter whose,
alone serves,
owner chose,
owner knows,
owner shows,
owner was,
unknown birds,
unknown terms,
unknown words,
above verse,
above earth,
alone as,
alone has,
alone knows,
alone whose


4 syllables:
composer whose,
enclosure whose


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