Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with meters:

2 syllables:
by turns,
key terms,
street terms,
street turns,
sweet herbs,
three terms,
three turns,
by birds,
by firms,
by words,
greek hermes,
green herbs,
key words,
my nerves,
my turn,
my words,
peter earle,
sheep herds,
street heard,
sweet earth,
they turn,
three birds,
three curves,
three firms,
three girls,
three verbs,
three words,
tree ferns,
very words,
beat her,
breeze stirs,
brief terms,
c.i.f. terms,
cheap terms,
cheat girls,
dream turns,
eat words,
greek terms,
greet her,
lease terms,
least terns,
meet her,
peace terms,
piece turns

3 syllables:
entry keyers,
agree terms,
complete terms,
complete turns,
concrete terms,
degree terms,
degree turns,
entry terms,
meter whose,
peter hayes,
leader as,
leader has,
leader whose,
reader as,
reader has,
reader whose,
chinese herbs,
dealer whose,
degree burns,
degree curves,
degree words,
dreamer whose,
either as,
entry words,
feature whose,
healer whose,
keeper whose,
neither as,
neither has,
preacher whose,
speaker has,
speaker whose,
teacher as,
teacher has,
teacher whose,
agreed terms,
ancient terms,
belief turns,
chinese terms,
complete words,
concrete curbs,
concrete words,
delete words,
dieter heinz,
extreme terms,
fourier terms,
machine turns,
meter shows,
oblique terms,
obscene terms,
peter chose,
peter knows,
peter shows,
peter was

4 syllables:
believer whose,
receiver whose

Some other possibilities:

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