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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with slaters:

2 syllables:
eight terms,
eight turns,
freight terms,
state terms,
trait terms,
weight terms,
late term,
may turn,
place serves,
space serves,
stray birds,
stray curls,
stray words,
trail herds,
weigh words,
based terms,
brain turns,
claim terms,
claim turns,
eight birds,
eight crores,
eight firms,
eight girls,
eight jurors,
eight words,
faith turns,
hate her,
phase terms,
place turns,
plain terms,
plane turns,
plate serves


3 syllables:
avait toujours,
debate turns,
estate terms,
later as,
today turns,
grader whose,
trader whose,
danger as,
delay curves,
labor as,
labor has,
labor whose,
laser whose,
maker whose,
malay girls,
malay words,
neighbor as,
neighbor whose,
paper as,
paper has,
paper whose,
sailor whose,
survey firms,
tailor whose,
today serves,
always turns,
contain terms,
create curves,
create words,
domain terms,
estate firms,
explain terms,
female terms,
frigate birds,
gator holes,
later cause,
later chose,
later days,
later hours,
later phase,
later shows,
later these,
later those,
later use,
later was,
layer has,
layer whose,
mayor whose,
obtain terms,
painter whose,
player has,
player turns,
player whose,
prayer as


4 syllables:
aggregate terms,
creator whose,
predicate terms,
translator whose,
container whose,
creature as,
creature whose,
retailer whose,
creator knows,
japanese terms,
latinate words,
predicate verbs


5 syllables:
commentator whose,
commentators whose


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