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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with declarer:

2 syllables:
her her,
wore her,
be better,
be ever,
be never,
be whether,
bed wetter,
bless her,
cette heure,
d' etre,
d better,
d never,
dr pepper,
e. h. weber,
e h weber,
fetch her,
great error,
great measure,
great pleasure,
great terror


3 syllables:
whether her,
better heard,
ever heard,
never heard,
never hurt,
whether heard,
cover her,
offer her,
a better,
a clever,
a lesser,
a letter,
a measure,
a pleasure,
addressed her,
am never,
an error,
an ever,
are better,
are ever,
are never,
armed lever,
as better,
as ever,
as never,
as whether,
assure better,
assures better,
better birth,
better church,
better learn,
better search,
better serve,
better term,
better word,
better work,
better worse,
better worth,
care worker,
check further,
death further,
dwell further,
ensure better,
ensures better,
entered her,
error curve,
error search,
error term,
express her,
glenn turner


4 syllables:
access server,
janette turner,
remember her,
together heard,
whether our,
whoever heard,
consider her,
access further,
access servers,
addressed further,
assess further,
better either,
better error,
better offer,
better power,
clever author,
compel further,
enter our,
error either,
error error,
error lower,
error occur,
error other,
error power,
ether ether,
ether layer,
ever higher,
express further


5 syllables:
declared either


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