Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with partner:

2 syllables:
cost per,
wants her,
art work,
bonne heure,
charge nurse,
cost her,
dropped her,
giant nerve,
heart burn,
heart church,
heart girth,
heart lurch,
heart worm,
heart yearn,
large nerve,
lop nur,
lost her,
part work,
parts per,
parts serve,
start search,
start work,
stopped her,
tossed her,
want her,
washed her,
watched her,
got her,
heart heard,
not her,
shot her,
star turn,
once per,
rock flour,
tons per,
bayard veiller,
blond nurse,
blonde nurse,
caused her,
guards heard,
hard fern,
hard work,
yard bird,
arch surg,
arleigh burke,
blocks nerve,
carl schurz,
charge curve,
charles earle,
charles heard,
cost curve,
costs per,
dropped serve,
farm girl,
farm work,
giant fern,
giant perch,
harvey birch,
harvey pearce,
konnte durch,
large church,
large firm,
large pearl,
march third,
marks serve,
marsh fern,
marsh tern,
most work,
once her,
parched earth,
scarce worth,
shalt learn,
shalt serve,
sharp curve,
square stern,
squares curve,
starch flour,
calm her,
from her,
guard heard,
scarred earth,
whom her,
art works,
art world,
bar girl,
block nerve,
both her

3 syllables:
started her,
martin heard,
madame couture,
dupont merck,
lacoste shirt,
profit per,
remarks serve,
seront toujours,
wanted her,
support her,
garden earth

4 syllables:
regarding her,
regarded her

Some other possibilities:

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