Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pardoner:

3 syllables:
star conner,
garden earth,
guard under,
start other,
started her,
caused other,
charge other,
dark color,
large upper,
not deter,
robbed other,
sharp upper,
square collar,
square cover,
stars other,
chart under,
heart under,
martin heard,
smart under,
start under,
barge under,
cards offer,
caused under,
charge under,
charged other,
dodged under,
far other,
guard cutter,
hard cover,
hard rubber,
large under,
larvae under,
lodged under,
london heard,
march under,
nodded her,
scarf under,
sharp under,
squares under,
starch under,
stars under,
thar desert,
argued under,
cards under,
carved under,
charged under,
choir under,
dot commer,
farmed under,
garden herbs,
guards under,
hardened earth,
hot summer,
most other,
shalt offer,
sodden earth,
square under,
stopped other,
trodden earth,
wanted her,
watched other,
yards under,
block buffer,
blocks other,
bog butter,
both major

4 syllables:
regard other,
regarded her,
regard under,
alois brunner,
prepare supper,
prepare dinner,
apart under,
depart under,
becalmed under,
borrowed other,
canada offer,
canada other,
compare other,
declare other,
enlarged hilar,
enlarged upper,
prepare other,
regard others,
remark under,
respond under,
adopt other,
barden tower,
bihar under,
borrowed under,
canada under,
declare under,
enlarged under,
garden never,
garden owner,
garden tower,
harder under,
hectare under,
synod under,
tardy ulnar

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See pardoner used in context: 1 Shakespeare work several books and articles.

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