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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with scutter:

6 letters:
la mer,
up her,
u turn,
it her,
ml per


7 letters:
get her,
let her,
put her,
ben hur,
has her,
ran her,
was her,
won her,
bit her,
hit her,
met her,
set her,
yet her,
van der,
von der,
del sur,
fun fur,
gen xer,
ten per


8 letters:
done her,
love her,
rev. ver,
then her,
when her,
get hers,
get hurt,
just her,
can earn,
can hurt,
la verne,
men wore,
much per,
was hers,
was hurt,
but firm,
but work,
can turn,
uses her,
area per


9 letters:
flung her,
gum myrrh,
swung her,
trust her,
loved her,
has heard,
loves her,
was heard,
cut purse,
upset her,
below her,
cover her


10 letters:
struck her,
cupped her,
thrust her,
hugged her,
rubbed her,
scrub bird,
but turned,
become her,
eva per�,
eva perón,
extra work


11 letters:
brushed her,
cette heure,
chief heard,
judge heard,
terra firme,
terra verde,
twice heard,
upper earth,
young earth,
alice heard,
extra flour,
extra shirt,
extra verse,
uncle heard,
asset worth,
extra terms,
extra turns


12 letters:
bharat earth,
shrugged her,
douglas hurd,
dutch church,
mother earth,
struck earth,
office heard


13 letters:
touch a nerve,
touches earth,
addressed her,
office search


15 letters:
touched a nerve


Some other possibilities:

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