Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with satre:

2 syllables:
bade her,
bei der,
laid her,
made her,
paid her,
blame her,
day per,
face her,
gave her,
have her,
make her,
place her,
raise her,
save her,
take her,
wake her,
eight per,
late term,
lay her,
may turn,
pay her,
placed her,
rate per,
way her,
weight per,
write her,
failed her,
named her,
pay dirt,
raised her,
saved her,
waved her,
brain nerve,
change her,
day girl,
day work,
days per,
fake fur,
gay girl,
grace heard,
gray birch,
gray perch,
have heard,
have hurt,
makes her,
may learn,
may serve,
may work,
moray firth,
phrase heard,
plain earth,
plane earth,
scale earth,
shakes her,
space search,
ate dirt,
baked earth,
eight church,
eight terms,
eight turns,
freight earned,
freight terms,
later earned

3 syllables:
betrayed her,
persuade her,
became her,
explain her,
regain her,
away her,
embraced her,
gerade durch,
regained her,
always heard,
always wore,
became rougher,
contain nerve,
dabei wurde,
delay curve,
female earth,
refrain heard,
today learn,
today serve,
today worth,
avait toujours,
became tougher,
complaint heard,
debate turned,
debate turns,
eighty per,
estate terms,
estate worth,
frigate bird,
hated her,
katie heard,
later heard

4 syllables:
aggregate terms,
carinate bird

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