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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with approver:

2 syllables:
use her,
chou vert,
drew her,
knew her,
moved her,
threw her,
you her,
blue bird,
blue perch,
boo word,
bruit heard,
choose search,
chou fleur,
dew worm,
future earth,
grew worse,
groote schuur,
group heard,
jew baiter,
loose earth,
louise heard,
new bern,
new birth,
new church,
new firm,
new term,
new turn,
new word,
new work,
school learn,
screw worm,
skew curve,
smooth earth,
thou wert,
true church,
used her,
views heard,
you learn,
you serve,
you turn,
you work,
hoover urged,
moved earth,
new earth,
prove worse,
prove worth,
you earn,
you heard,
you hurt,
drive her,
drove her,
gave her,
give her,
have her,
leave her,
love her,
rev. ver,
save her,
serve her,
blue curls,
boone chert,
bruce church,
bruce hurst,
choose merge,
crewe works,
crude birth,
few words,
flue cure,
fruit turns,
fruit worm,
group earned,
group learn,
group urged,
group work,
groups heard


3 syllables:
removed her,
accused her,
doing her,
reduce search,
renewed earth,
resumed her,
toute heure,
moving her,
above her,
believe her,
forgive her,
preserve her,
receive her,
abuse hurled,
acute herpes,
acute nerve,
diffuse nerve,
fewer nerve


4 syllables:
absolute term,
absolute dearth,
absolute terms,
absolute worth


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