Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with performers:

2 syllables:
course serves,
court terms,
court turns,
for birds,
for firms,
for girls,
for terms,
for words,
force serves,
forth herbs,
horse herds,
more words,
or words,
shore birds,
short terms,
short turns,
store serves,
store words,
torque curves,
warmer earth,
or nurse,
for worse,
or worse,
strong nerves,
all birds,
all firms,
all terms,
all words,
board heard,
broad curves,
broad terms,
call girls,
caught birds,
clause serves,
course heard,
course serve,
court heard,
court terme,
crore worth,
cross girls,
cross terms,
cross words,
drawn curves,
for birth,
for church,
for third,
for word,
for work,
force search,
george earle,
george heard,
more work,
morse earle,
north third,
or church,
or firm,
or girl,
or serve

3 syllables:
former as,
former has,
former u.s.,
before words,
order as,
order has,
order whose,
transport terms,
yorker whose,
former aides,
former cause,
former days,
former heads,
former homes,
former phase,
former shows,
former was,
horror as,
along nerves,
along curves,
among birds,
among ferns,
among firms,
among girls,
among serbs,
among terms,
among words,
because birds,
because firms,
because girls,
because terms,
because words,
before birth,
before church,
before pearl

4 syllables:
performer whose,
reformer whose,
transformer whose,
reporter whose,
explorer whose,
performer knows,
reformers whose

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