Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lighter:

2 syllables:
guide her,
hide her,
drive her,
give her,
time her,
while her,
bright earth,
buy her,
light earth,
liked her,
might turn,
night heard,
right turn,
white earth,
wiped her,
hate her,
dried earth,
find her,
ride herd,
cries heard,
eye worm,
five per,
gives her,
high birth,
high church,
nine per,
price per,
price search,
price surge,
slice serve,
strike earth,
time per,
while earth,
bright pearl,
bright shirt,
fight turned,
fight worth,
flight nurse,
flight turned,
height curve,
knight turned,
light curve,
light hurts,
light purse,
light shirt,
light turned,
light turns,
light verse,
light work,
might curse,
might learn,
might merge,
might search,
might serve,
might work,
night bird,
night church,
night nurse,
night search,
night shirt,
night turned,
night turns,
night work,
price stern,
quite turned,
quite worth,
right church,
right curve,
right nerve,
right terms,
right third,
right turned

3 syllables:
aside her,
provide her,
admire her,
describe her,
forgive her,
unlike her,
admired her,
advised her,
described her,
surprised her,
describes her,
unlike earth,
briefly turned,
chiefly turned,
entire earth,
excite mirth,
excite search,
favourite perch,
favourite terms,
mighty earth,
petites heures,
polite terms,
quiet earth,
ratite bird

4 syllables:
carmelite church,
maronite church

Some other possibilities:

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