Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with layers:

2 syllables:
layer earth,
eight terms,
eight turns,
freight terms,
lay her,
pay her,
place serves,
space serves,
state terms,
stray birds,
stray curls,
stray words,
trail herds,
trait terms,
way her,
weigh words,
weight terms,
a phase,
a phrase,
are ways,
armed phase,
as hers,
as ways,
aye ayes,
day as,
day has,
gray eyes,
ideal phase,
lay as,
les cayes,
les pays,
may as,
of days,
of hers,
of phase,
of praise,
of ways,
on days,
on hers,
on ways,
pay as

3 syllables:
layer has,
layer whose,
mayor whose,
player has,
player whose,
prayer as,
avait toujours,
away her,
danger as,
debate turns,
delay curves,
estate terms,
grader whose,
labor as,
labor has,
labor whose,
laser whose,
later as,
layer shows,
layer these,
layer was,
maker whose,
malay girls,
malay words,
mayor was,
neighbor as,
neighbor whose,
paper as,
paper has,
paper whose,
player knows,
player shows,
players whose,
prayer halls,
prayer shows,
prayer was,
sailor whose,
survey firms,
tailor whose,
today serves,
today turns,
trader whose,
array whose,
away as,
buyer has,
buyer whose,
fire as,
fire has,
fire hose

4 syllables:
aggregate terms,
bilayer phase,
container whose,
creator whose,
creature as,
creature whose,
predicate terms,
retailer whose,
translator whose

5 syllables:
commentator whose

Some other possibilities:

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