Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lovers:

2 syllables:
get hers,
was hers,
comme leurs,
la verne,
terra verde,
u turns,
love her,
rev. ver,
with hers,
bharat earth,
can earn,
can hurt,
chief heard,
douglas hurd,
dutch church,
get hurt,
has heard,
judge heard,
mother earth,
scrub bird,
struck earth,
terra firme,
touch a nerve,
touched a nerve,
touches earth,
twice heard,
u turn,
upper earth,
was heard,
was hurt,
young earth,
love as,
psalm verse,
stress verse

3 syllables:
cover as,
lover whose,
extra verse,
brother as,
brother has,
brother whose,
buffer whose,
color as,
color whose,
colour as,
extra girls,
extra terms,
extra turns,
extra words,
greater ease,
major u.s.,
mother as,
mother has,
mother whose,
office serves,
other as,
other has,
other u.s.,
runner whose,
scupper hose,
suffer as,
summer highs,
clover heads,
cover holes,
cover shows,
cover these,
cover those,
cover was,
lover knows,
alice heard,
eva perĂ³n,
extra shirt,
extra work,
office heard,
office search,
uncle heard,
ever as,
ever has,
lever whose,
never as,
never has,
river as,
river has,
river whose,
cover ass,
cover his,
cover is,
dover house,
lover is,
abrupt turns,
added terms,
added words

4 syllables:
officer as,
officer has,
officer whose,
recover these,
recover those,
whoever has,
recover his,
accurate terms

Some other possibilities:

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