Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with seersucker:

3 syllables:
fierce summer,
there suffer,
hears other,
spheres other,
years offer,
years other,
chris tucker,
cripps offer,
dear mother,
fear monger,
feared other,
gear cutter,
in summer,
its other,
its upper,
pierre vilar,
quick supper,
rear gunner,
ships offer,
ships other,
since other,
since summer,
six other,
spring summer,
still suffer,
still summer,
there major,
thick summer,
were major,
will suffer,
fierce hunger,
his offer,
his other,
his summer,
his supper,
his upper,
his utter,
is other,
there offer,
there other,
there suffered,
this offer,
this other,
this summer,
this upper,
were other,
bills other,
brings other,
kills other,
lives offer,
lives other,
skills other,
things offer,
things other,
8 bit color,
arris gutter,
bring color,
bring colour,
bring major,
bring mother,
bring thither,
build other,
built other,
dis pater,
dish cover,
drill collar,
drink other,
filled other,
fish monger,
gill cover,
his collar,
his lover,
his major

4 syllables:
careers other,
appear mature,
appeared other,
convince other,
eclipse other,
until summer,
until supper,
appear other,
career other,
career suffered,
their summer,
veronis suhler,
adding butter,
adding color,
adding colour,
adoring lover,
adoring mother,
afflict other,
asking mother,
assist other,
commit major,
conflict other,
depict other,
enlist other,
exist other,
fulfill major,
fulfilled other

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