Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hafer:

6 letters:
at her,
all er,
or her,
go fer,
if her

7 letters:
had her,
and her,
ask her,
at term,
all her,
for her,
got her,
nor her,
not her,
out her,
auf der,
saw her

8 letters:
back her,
than her,
that her,
what her,
faux fur,
cast her,
had hurt,
nach der,
past her,
fan fern,
bore her,
both her,
call her,
calm her,
down her,
from her,
shot her,
stop her,
whom her,
draw her,
half per,
know her,
law firm,
show her

9 letters:
catch her,
had heard,
takes her,
thank her,
that hurt,
that term,
that turn,
that firm,
cause her,
watch her,
allow her,
a$ap ferg,
after her,
about her,
along her,
among her

10 letters:
flat earth,
passed her,
that earth,
gram flour,
grass fern,
strap fern,
bought her,
caught her,
sought her,
taught her,
half heard,
before her

11 letters:
staff heard,
black curve,
black earth,
clapped her,
dragged her,
grabbed her,
shall learn,
shall neuer,
slapped her,
wrapped her,
laugh first,
ralph earle,
ralph heard,
staff first,
staff learn,
staff nurse,
staff serve,
staff urged,
brought her,
thought her,
because her,
restore her

12 letters:
black hearse,
graham flour,
graph search,
enough flour

13 letters:
branner earth,
jacques cceur,
abraham heard

14 letters:
throughout her

Some other possibilities:

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