Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with powers:

2 syllables:
trois heures,
grown herbs,
house serves,
know her,
show her,
spouse earns,
as hers,
from hers,
know as,
of hers,
on hers,
show as,
trois jours,
brown earth,
brown heard,
crowd heard,
doubt heard,
house heard,
house search,
out turn,
outer earth,
ploughed earth,
plowed earth

3 syllables:
flower whose,
our eyes,
power as,
power has,
power whose,
tower whose,
enough earth,
about terms,
enough birds,
enough firms,
enough girls,
enough terms,
enough turns,
enough words,
flower heads,
flower shows,
flower vase,
flowers as,
flowers whose,
our boys,
our cause,
our days,
our ears,
our heads,
our homes,
our knees,
our laws,
our use,
our ways,
powder hose,
power does,
power hours,
power knows,
power phase,
power shows,
power these,
power those,
power was,
sour gas,
tower shows,
tower was,
towers whose,
enough as,
enough has,
dower house,
flower is,
gower house,
our house,
power house,
power is,
tower house,
tower is,
about earth,
about turn,
enough nerve,
flower head,
flower in,
flower of,
flower or,
our age,
our aid,
our aim,
our air,
our earth,
our hair,
our head,
our home,
our hope,
our one,
our own,
our whole,
power are,
power at,
power had,
power have,
power hit,
power if

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