Word:   
Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with stressor:

6 letters:
et sur,
is her,
et per


7 letters:
met her,
set her,
yet her,
et leur,
has her,
was her,
ben hur,
bit her,
but her,
cut her,
did her


8 letters:
bear her,
lead her,
sell her,
tell her,
kiss her,
miss her,
bent her,
felt her,
held her,
help her,
kept her,
left her,
send her,
sent her,
sex urge,
done her,
uses her


9 letters:
fetch her,
share her,
where her,
leads her,
tells her,
deck curb,
eve churr,
spent her,
swept her,
yet heard,
dead cert,
gets hers,
being her,
bring her,
upset her,
carry her,
marry her,
essai sur


10 letters:
spread her,
begged her,
rare earth,
shared her,
deaths per,
web search,
accept her,
affect her,
defend her,
except her,
expect her,
beside her,
asking her,
become her,
eva per´┐Ż


11 letters:
cette heure,
pressed her,
checked her,
fresh earth,
fresh shirt,
where earth,
deaths herb,
fresh surge,
hence serve,
jesse heard,
press urged,
sense serve,
prevent her,
protect her,
whether her


12 letters:
claire heard,
fresh search,
press served,
press serves,
excess flour,
jessie heard,
pressing her


13 letters:
blessed earth,
addressed her,
expressed her,
express mirth,
success worth


14 letters:
complex search,
progress curve,
success earned,
success served,
expressing her


15 letters:
professor earle,
success spurred


Some other possibilities:

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