Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with forger:

6 letters:
or per,
or her,
all er

7 letters:
for her,
nor her,
or girl,
auf der,
all her,
or firm,
or turn,
or word,
or work,
or hurt,
saw her

8 letters:
more per,
bore her,
auth ver,
half per,
call her,
faux fur,
for word,
for work,
half her,
or nurse,
or serve,
or third,
or worse,
war work,
war worn,
draw her,
or earth,
or heard,
four per,
hour per,
all work

9 letters:
force her,
forth her,
auth. ver,
calls her,
ball girl,
call girl,
for birth,
for third,
for worse,
force per,
more work,
or church,
for earth,
for girls,
along her,
among her

10 letters:
called her,
caught her,
for church,
forced her,
shore bird,
short term,
sought her,
taught her,
warned her,
or younger,
though her,
before her,
forget her,
forgot her

11 letters:
crossed her,
board heard,
court heard,
court terme,
crore worth,
morse earle,
north third,
thought her,
for younger,
broad curve,
cross curve,
drawn curve,
support her,
restore her,
because her,
along curve,
along nerve,
along third,
among third

12 letters:
torque curve,
course heard,
course serve,
force search,
george earle,
george heard,
warmer earth,
georg kaiser,
before birth,
before pearl,
before heard,
along church,
among church

13 letters:
before church

14 letters:
the short term,
though younger

Some other possibilities:

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