Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chargers:

2 syllables:
bar girl,
both girls,
carl schurz,
from hers,
heart turns,
large herds,
square terms,
trois jours,
harvey girls,
march girls,
smart girls,
trois heures,
clark heard,
far worse,
square curve,
bonnes meurs,
both terms,
both words,
caste terms,
cause burns,
cause firms,
chopped herbs,
guard heard,
heart heard,
lahr bert,
large earth,
not words,
scarce heard,
scarred earth,
scott burns,
shop girl,
square church,
square perch,
square search,
star turn,
stock birds,
stock firms,
stock terms,
stock turns,
watch birds,
watch words,
for girls,
marked terms,
sharp curves,
stark terms,
stark words,
blond girls,
blonde girls,
bog earth,
caste girls,
chart serves,
farm girl

3 syllables:
prepare girls,
compare curves,
compare words,
farmer has,
farmer whose,
larger cause,
larger halls,
larger heads,
larger herds,
larger holes,
larger homes,
larger phase,
larger size,
larger these,
larger wholes,
compare verse,
doctor has,
doctor whose,
passage serves,
passage turns,
response serves,
seront toujours,
darker hours,
larger house,
marker buoys,
marker shows,
markers whose,
occur as,
parker was,
arthur was,
borrow terms,
borrow words,
carter chose,
carter was,
charter was,
donor whose,
farmer cheese,
farmer knows,
farmer was,
farmers as,
farmers whose,
father as

4 syllables:
malabar church,
zulfikar ghose,
another as,
another has,
another whose,
departure was

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