Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with evert:

2 syllables:
fresh shirt,
terre verte,
cette perte,
check shirt,
dead cert,
spare shirt,
sweat shirt,
well versed,
being hurt,
bush shirt,
can hurt,
get hurt,
it hurt,
was hurt,
were hurt

3 syllables:
ever at,
ever it,
never at,
never hurt,
never ought,
better at,
better it,
error ought,
lesser height,
letter at,
letter height,
letter ought,
measure at,
measure eight,
measure height,
measure it,
measure ought,
measure out,
metre height,
pleasure at,
pleasure it,
pleasure ought,
prefer it,
refer it,
terror at,
whether at,
whether it,
clever thought,
ever get,
ever got,
ever let,
ever meet,
ever met,
ever put,
ever set,
ever that,
ever thought,
ever wrote,
ever yet,
heavy shirt,
never bought,
never caught,
never cheat,
never doubt,
never fight,
never fought,
never get,
never got,
never hoped,
never hurts,
never let,
never light,
never meet,
never met,
never might,
never put,
never right,
never set,
never shoot,
never sought,
never taught,
never thought,
never write,
never wrote,
never wrought,
never yet,
trevor thought,
extra shirt

4 syllables:
whoever it,
professor at,
together at,
together eight,
together ought,
endeavor might,
every eight,
every height,
however it,
whoever bought,
whoever hates,
whoever might,
whoever thought,
whoever wrote,
whomever might

5 syllables:
whosoever might

Some other possibilities:

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