Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with scatters:

6 letters:
at her

7 letters:
at term

8 letters:
that her,
what her,
had hurt,
anger as,
after as

9 letters:
that hurt,
that term,
that turn,
from hers,
had heard,
latter as,
matter as,
manner as,
nature as,
rather as,
factor as,
master as

10 letters:
that turns,
what terms,
flat earth,
that earth,
that burns,
that firms,
that girls,
that words,
what words,
latter has,
matter has,
nature has,
chapter as,
factor has,
latter was,
master has,
matter was,
matters as,
pattern as,
theatre as

11 letters:
black curls,
black terns,
class terms,
draft terms,
grant terms,
grass turns,
match terms,
plant turns,
shaft turns,
slang terms,
that serves,
track turns,
trois jours,
black curve,
laughter as,
actor whose,
after whose,
chapter has,
exact terms,
latter days,
latter does,
pattern has

12 letters:
class serves,
glass serves,
track curves,
black hearse,
latter whose,
matter whose,
ladder whose,
manner whose,
nature whose,
factor whose,
latter cause,
latter chose,
latter knows,
latter phase,
latter shows,
latter these,
latter those,
laughter was,
master whose,
matter shows,
matter these,
matter those,
pastor whose,
quatre jours,
stator phase,
hereafter as

13 letters:
quatre heures,
stature whose,
chapter whose,
flatter those,
matters whose,
pattern noise,
pattern whose,
planter whose,
scatter these,
shatter these,
theatre whose,
abraham heard

14 letters:
abstract terms

Some other possibilities:

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