Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with plugger:

6 letters:
la mer,
up her,
ml per,
u turn

7 letters:
ben hur,
but her,
cut her,
get her,
has her,
let her,
put her,
ran her,
was her,
won her,
del sur,
fun fur,
gen xer,
ten per,
van der,
von der,
bit her

8 letters:
done her,
love her,
rev. ver,
shut her,
then her,
when her,
can earn,
can hurt,
get hers,
get hurt,
just her,
la verne,
men wore,
much per,
was hers,
was hurt,
bug word,
leg curl,
pick her,
took her,
bear her,
uses her,
sea girt,
area per

9 letters:
stuck her,
flung her,
gum myrrh,
swung her,
has heard,
loved her,
loves her,
trust her,
was heard,
shook her,
being her,
bless her,
bring her,
below her,
cover her

10 letters:
struck her,
hugged her,
cupped her,
rubbed her,
scrub bird,
thrust her,
young girl,
become her,
eva per�,
eva perón,
extra work,
asking her

11 letters:
brushed her,
chief heard,
judge heard,
terra firme,
terra verde,
twice heard,
upper earth,
young earth,
cette heure,
alice heard,
extra flour,
extra shirt,
extra verse,
uncle heard,
extra girls,
office girl

12 letters:
shrugged her,
struck earth,
bharat earth,
douglas hurd,
dutch church,
mother earth,
office heard

13 letters:
touch a nerve,
touches earth,
office search,
addressed her

15 letters:
touched a nerve

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