Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with antlers:

2 syllables:
grandes heures,
grant burns,
plant burns,
plant firms,
plant serves,
grant terms,
plant turns,
black jurors,
and birds,
and girls,
and learn,
and turns,
and words,
bland words,
grand jurors,
grand terms,
grand words,
grands jours,
ant bird,
backed firms,
branch turns,
chance words,
clapped spurs,
dance terms,
dashed curves,
hatched birds,
lacked words,
last words,
matched pearls,
plant worth,
plants serve,
range curves,
range terms,
trapped birds,
slang terms,
black terns,
class terms,
draft terms,
grant heard,
grant learned,
grass turns,
match terms,
plant worlds,
shaft turns,
than girls,
than words,
that burns,
that firms,
that girls,
that serves,
that words,
track turns,
what words,
bonnes meurs,
and church

3 syllables:
planter whose,
seront toujours,
gambler whose,
abstract verbs,
abstract words,
attract birds,
attract firms,
attract girls,
contact burns,
contact serves,
detached words,
exact words,
finance firms,
finance terms,
vacant church,
contre leurs,
handler chayes,
abstract terms,
actor learns,
actor whose,
advanced firms,
after as,
after whose,
answer as,
answer has,
cancer has,
cancer whose,
chapter as,
chapter has,
chapter whose,
dancer whose,
exact terms,
factor as,
factor has,
factor whose,
financed firms,
master as,
master has,
master whose,
pastor whose,
plantar nerves,
quatre jours,
rancher whose

4 syllables:
commander whose,
hereafter as

Some other possibilities:

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See antlers used in context: 8 rhymes, several books and articles.

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