Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with horrors:

2 syllables:
for earth,
law firms,
or earth,
or heard,
or hurt,
sauce serves,
small herds,
though girls,
though words,
thought turns,
bore her,
course serves,
court terms,
court turns,
for birds,
for firms,
for girls,
for her,
for terms,
for words,
force serves,
forth herbs,
horse herds,
more words,
nor her,
or her,
or words,
shore birds,
short terms,
short turns,
store serves,
store words,
torque curves,
from hers,
trois jours,
cough worse,
drawn hearse,
straw purse,
all heard,
broad earth,
half heard,
jaw jerk,
law firm,
law term,
saw wort,
small earth,
smaller earth,
though burke,
though church,
are yours,
as yours,
au cours,
door as,
for as,
for ease,
for u.s.,
for whose,
more as,
more has

3 syllables:
horror as,
among herbs,
author as,
author has,
author whose,
before heard,
daughter as,
daughter has,
daughter whose,
default terms,
lawyer whose,
longer as,
longer has,
water as,
water has,
water whose,
before her,
before words,
former as,
former has,
former u.s.,
horror shows,
order as,
order has,
order whose,
restore her,
transport terms,
yorker whose,
along earth,
among earth,
because earth,
before as,
before eyes,
before whose

4 syllables:
explorer whose,
explorer shows,
explorers whose,
performer whose,
reformer whose,
reporter whose,
transformer whose

Some other possibilities:

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