Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with wowsers:

2 syllables:
house serves,
spouse earns,
grown herbs,
from hers,
trois jours,
house heard,
house search,
brown earth,
brown heard,
crowd heard,
doubt heard,
out turn,
outer earth,
ploughed earth,
plowed earth,
show girl,
snow bird,
south third,
throughout earth,
trois heures,
doubt serves,
house burns,
house girls,
house turns,
bought her,
brought girls,
brought her,
brought words,
brown birds,
brown curls,
brown girls,
crowd turns,
down her,
four words,
ground herbs,
grown birds,
grown girls,
mouth turns,
mouth words,
nautch girls,
out her,
own terms,
own words,
proud words,
throughout her,
your words,
aus der

3 syllables:
about terms,
enough birds,
enough firms,
enough girls,
enough terms,
enough turns,
enough words,
powder hose,
browser knows,
browser shows,
flower whose,
our eyes,
power as,
power has,
power whose,
tower whose,
about earth,
about turn,
enough nerve,
power serves,
about birds,
about girls,
about her,
about words,
account earns,
account terms,
account turns,
bower birds,
counter whose,
enough earth,
flower girls,
flower turns,
louder noise,
our terms,
our words,
outer halls,
outer halves,
outer hills,
outer phase,
outer thighs,
powder nose,
powder was,
power curves,
power terms,
power turns,
power words,
route turns,
router knows,
browser loads,
browser needs,
flower heads,
flower shows

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