Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hampers:

2 syllables:
black pearls,
glass pearls,
black birds,
black purse,
catch birds,
flash burns,
grandes heures,
grant terms,
plant turns,
slang terms,
slang words,
than girls,
than words,
that burns,
at pearl,
black girls,
black jurors,
black pearl,
black perch,
black terns,
black words,
catch words,
clam worm,
class girls,
class terms,
class words,
draft terms,
grass turns,
match girls,
match terms,
match words,
rammed earth,
shaft turns,
shall purge,
staff serves,
that firms,
that girls,
that serves,
that words,
track turns,
what words,
camp as,
from hers,
black curls,
camp shirt,
clapped spurs,
class serves,
glass serves,
matched pearls,
stamped earth,
tamped earth

3 syllables:
answer as,
answer has,
attack birds,
banker whose,
cancer has,
cancer whose,
dancer whose,
planter whose,
rancher whose,
abstract terms,
actor whose,
after as,
after whose,
attack pearl,
chapter as,
chapter has,
chapter whose,
exact terms,
factor as,
factor has,
factor whose,
master as,
master has,
master whose,
pastor whose,
quatre jours,
anger as,
gambler whose,
manner as,
manner whose,
hammer curls,
ladder whose,
lamper eel,
latter as,
latter has,
latter whose,
laughter as,
matter as,
matter has,
matter whose,
nature as,
nature has,
nature whose,
quatre heures,
rather as,
stature whose

4 syllables:
commander whose,
hereafter as,
abraham heard

Some other possibilities:

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