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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with batterer:

2 syllables:
her her,
wore her,
at her,
back her,
be rather,
break rather,
c spanner,
catch her,
ct scanner,
d rather,
fred sanger,
great anger,
great laughter,
great matter,
great nature,
great stature,
guests gather,
guests rather,
had her,
he rather


3 syllables:
after her,
answer her,
flat earther,
gathered her,
glass stirrer,
latter heard,
matter heard,
nat turner,
quatre heures,
staff further,
offer her,
our earth,
power per,
a manner,
a matter,
a nature,
a rather,
ad banner,
aller werte,
am rather,
anger hurts,
answered her,
are rather,
as matter,
as nature,
as rather,
back burner,
black worker,
bladder fern,
bladder worm,
bladder wort,
cache server,
capt. turner,
class worker,
dagger fern,
flash burner,
flatter curve,
gather herbs,
glass worker,
graham turner,
had further,
ideal manner,
ideal nature,
ideal rather,
ideals rather,
laffer curve,
latter church,
latter curve,
latter nerve,
latter serve,
latter term,
latter third,
latter verse,
le havre,
mass murder,
master heard


4 syllables:
after our,
anger anger,
anger either,
apache server,
attack further,
gather other,
gather power,
hammer horror,
jammer power,
japan further,
latter author,
latter either,
latter error,
latter layer,
latter occur,
latter offer,
latter power,
manner either,
manner other,
matter either,
matter occur


5 syllables:
alexander heard,
battery power


6 syllables:
extracardiac murmur


Some other possibilities:

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