Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hard rubber:

3 syllables:
cards offer,
dark fibre,
far greater,
guard cutter,
card number,
start supper,
arched upper,
giant fibre,
parts other,
parts suffer,
smart mater,
blond color,
bonds offer,
bonds other,
carp sucker,
cause greater,
caused major,
charged other,
france libre,
harms other,
large color,
larvae mature,
lodge brother,
march thither,
marked other,
marks other,
month libor,
not greater,
parks offer,
shark sucker,
sharp color,
sharp colour,
sharp major,
sparse cover,
chart number,
large upper,
martyr under,
part number,
sharp upper,
start number,
start other,
started her,
armour under,
arms runner,
cards under,
caused greater,
caused other,
charge greater,
charge number,
charge other,
charles hubbard,
dark color,
drop rudder,
garde culture,
guard cutters,
guards under,
harbour under,
homme libre,
large lumber,
large number,
large return,
march number,
modes other,
not deter,
robbed other,
rock crusher,
scarce number,
sparse number,
square collar,
square cover,
star conner,
stars other,
yards under,
castes other,
cost cutter,
costs other,
far other

4 syllables:
regard other,
regarded her,
enlarged upper,
alarm buzzer,
enlarged hilar,
prepare supper,
alois brunner,
blockade runner,
hardly offer,
hardly utter,
regard culture,
barbara burke,
borrowed other,
canada offer,
canada other,
compare other,
declare other,
enlarged number

5 syllables:
regarded other,
regarding other,
unmarried mother,
barbara haber,
estado libre

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