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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tubers:

2 syllables:
blue bird,
blue curls,
few words,
fruit turns,
new bern,
new birth,
new firms,
new terms,
new words,
screw turns,
screw worms,
you girls,
shoot birds,
tube worms,
blue perch,
grew worse,
group heard,
boo word,
bruit heard,
choose search,
chou vert,
dew worm,
future earth,
loose earth,
louise heard,
new church,
new firm,
new term,
new turn,
new word,
new work,
school learn,
screw worm,
skew curve,
smooth earth,
thou wert,
true church,
views heard,
you learn,
you serve,
you turn,
you work,
assay tubes,
boo boos,
ice cubes,
pooh bahs,
you boys,
fruit spurs,
group firms,
group learns,
group serves,
group terms,
group turns,
group words,
groups serves,
blues words,
choose words,
crude birth,
crude terms,
crude words


3 syllables:
future as,
future whose,
review serves,
review terms,
review words,
ruler whose,
taboo words,
tutor whose,
user has,
fewer birds,
goober peas,
newborn whose,
reduce search,
renewed earth,
cooper was,
produce pearls,
super aids,
confuse words,
cooler heads,
cooler hours,
fewer firms


4 syllables:
absolute terms,
computer as,
computer has,
computer whose,
consumer whose,
producer whose,
absolute term,
absolute words,
computer hours,
computer knows,
computer shows,
computer these,
computer use,
computer was,
computers whose,
consumer knows,
consumer shows,
consumers whose


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