Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lecture:

2 syllables:
checked her,
eve churr,
fetch her,
begged her,
bent her,
et leur,
et per,
et sur,
felt her,
held her,
help her,
kept her,
leads her,
left her,
pressed her,
send her,
sent her,
shared her,
spent her,
swept her,
tells her,
check shirt,
bear her,
bless her,
cette heure,
check girl,
french church,
lead her,
met her,
neck verse,
sell her,
set her,
sex urge,
share her,
spread her,
tell her,
where church,
where her,
yet her,
deck curb,
looked her,
picked her,
egg bird,
hair shirt,
spare shirt,
sweat shirt,
beche de mer,
bell bird,
bell curve,
belles heures,
blessed earth,
bread flour,
cells per,
cent per,
cette perte,
charred earth,
dead cert,
death birth,
death curse,
death curve,
deaths herb,
deaths per,
delle curve,
delle terme,
enter earth,
faire leurs,
fresh flour,
fresh nerve,
fresh search

3 syllables:
affect her,
expect her,
protect her,
accept her,
defend her,
except her,
expressed her,
prevent her,
addressed her,
affect earth,
complex search,
express her,
protect earth,
subject heard,
upset her,
elect church,
perfect church,
began her,
au pair girl,
beneath her,
beside her,
buried her,
cadet nurse,
caressed her,
denied her,
essai sur,
excess flour,
express mirth

4 syllables:
romanesque church,
cigarette burn,
expressing her

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