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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with voider:

2 syllables:
join her,
joined her,
bowed her,
owed her,
boy girl,
noise heard,
soy flour,
voice heard,
wrote her,
broke her,
close her,
does her,
drove her,
go fer,
known her,
knows her,
lose her,
pro per,
shown her,
shows her,
two per,
who wore,
bade her,
bei der,
closed her,
did her,
do dirt,
do her,
feed her,
guide her,
had her,
heard her,
hid her,
hide her,
hold her,
how her,
laid her,
lead her,
made her,
need her,
now her,
paid her,
read her,
rolled her,
said her,
so her,
sold her,
spread her,
throw her,
to her,
told her,
moist earth,
voice stern,
voice stirred,
deutsche werke,
voice purred,
voice serves,
voice slurred,
voice urged,
boiled shirt,
coined term,
coined word


3 syllables:
destroy her,
enjoy her,
avoid worse,
destroy earth,
destroyed church,
above her,
approach her,
aside her,
betrayed her,
lowered her,
offered her,
persuade her,
provide her,
toward her,
unto her,
employ terms,
destroy first,
destroy germs,
employ first,
employ words,
enjoy first,
soya flour,
avoid burns,
avoid first,
avoid terms,
avoid words,
avoid world,
destroyed first,
destroyed world,
employed first,
employed girls,
employed terms,
employed words,
employed worked,
enjoyed first,
enjoyed world


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