Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with vocoder:

3 syllables:
struck other,
suche other,
chalk under,
struck under,
stuck under,
truck under,
terra mater,
blood other,
but other,
can offer,
ceara rubber,
chief usher,
drum major,
has other,
judge other,
much other,
rural upper,
some major,
some other,
stress other,
such other,
ten other,
then other,
tongue other,
touches other,
u.s.a. other,
up other,
when other,
youthful lover,
duck hunter,
gem cutter,
rug cutter,
blood color,
blood colour,
blood under,
brush color,
brush cover,
brush under,
buddha under,
but under,
can cover,
chief under,
clutch cover,
come under,
crush under,
crutch under,
done under,
dove color,
dutch under,
flush under,
get under,
haida culture,
judge under,
la culture,
la cumbre,
man under,
men under,
much under,
prussia under,
puff adder,
puff adders,
put under,
ruck rover

4 syllables:
extra color,
extra colour,
extra cover,
opaque color,
opaque colour,
alma mater,
extra butter,
added other,
advice other,
arise other,
asset other,
become major,
become mature,
become other,
entice other,
escuela libre,
excel other,
office other,
uncle luther,
unless other,
urban upper,
added color,
added colour,
added under,
advice under,
algal cover,
arise under,
asset under,
become under,
begun under,
conduct other,
ended under,
flea collar,
office under,
opaque colors,
product offer,
product other

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