Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with aquifer:

3 syllables:
black rider,
black tiger,
black writer,
hack writer,
takes higher,
back fire,
black higher,
black wires,
and higher,
at leisure,
class leisure,
class writer,
glass fiber,
glass liner,
grant higher,
grass spider,
range higher,
staff writer,
stand higher,
glass wafer,
ash fire,
asked tyler,
at higher,
black driver,
black riders,
black spider,
black writers,
catch fire,
class higher,
drank cider,
falle einer,
franc tireur,
frank reicher,
hack driver,
had higher,
hang fire,
jacques ibert,
jacques viger,
range wider,
ranked higher,
ranks higher,
statt einer,
taxed higher,
that fire,
that higher,
wat tyler,
blacks hired,
blank tire,
brass wires,
flat tire,
frank meyer,
flag waver,
alk. paper,
back later,
black labor,
black paper,
black racer,
black sailor,
clock timer,
cock fighter,
far wider,
grown wider,
grown wiser,
mouth wider,
shad waiter,
slack labor,
sought wider,
thought wiser,
track labor,
hang glider

4 syllables:
attack fighter,
attract higher,
exact higher,
extract higher,
attract wider,
advance higher,
combat fighter,
expand higher,
finance higher,
allow wider,
attack fighters,
classic writer,
jacket tighter,
rather wider,
nachweis einer,
attack later,
again higher,
contact wires

5 syllables:
abraham geiger,
abraham kuyper,
abaca fiber

Some other possibilities:

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