Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pretender:

2 syllables:
bent her,
sent her,
spent her,
begged her,
held her,
shared her,
friend heard,
lead her,
sends her,
spread her,
checked her,
felt her,
kept her,
left her,
pressed her,
swept her,
et leur,
et per,
et sur,
eve churr,
help her,
leads her,
tells her,
in der,
van der,
von der,
cent per,
cette heure,
enter earth,
lent term,
met her,
set her,
yet her,
bear her,
beche de mer,
bless her,
charred earth,
fetch her,
french church,
hence serve,
sell her,
sense serve,
share her,
tell her,
where her,
blend flour,
friend urged,
friend worth,
friends heard,
send word,
trend curve,
cleared her,
filled her,
fun fur,
gen xer,
hugged her,
in per,
killed her,
loved her,
men wore,
mit der,
pulled her,
rubbed her,
shrugged her,
since her,
ten per,
blessed earth,
delle terme

3 syllables:
prevent her,
denied her,
accept her,
affect her,
except her,
expect her,
expressed her,
protect her,
addressed her,
percent per,
recent earth,
upset her,
beneath her,
beside her,
buried her,
express her,
married her,
attend church,
behind her,
entered her,
remind her,
rendered her,
sending her,
solemn dirge,
assured her,
convince her,
affect earth,
caressed her

4 syllables:
extended her,
prevented her

Some other possibilities:

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