Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with shredder:

6 letters:
et per,
et sur,
it her,
if her,
in her,
is her

7 letters:
met her,
set her,
yet her,
did her,
hid her,
et leur,
bit her,
but her,
cut her,
get her,
hit her,
let her,
put her,
ben hur,
has her,
him her

8 letters:
bear her,
sell her,
tell her,
held her,
send her,
bent her,
felt her,
kept her,
left her,
sent her,
help her,
shut her,
done her,
fill her,
hear her,
kill her

9 letters:
bless her,
fetch her,
share her,
where her,
leads her,
spent her,
swept her,
yet heard,
deck curb,
eve churr,
tells her,
dead cert,
head girl,
head word,
sends her,
being her,
bring her,
flung her,
gum myrrh,
upset her,
carry her,
marry her

10 letters:
begged her,
shared her,
rare earth,
head nurse,
defend her,
accept her,
affect her,
except her,
expect her,
beside her,
buried her,
denied her,
asking her,
become her,
eva per´┐Ż

11 letters:
cette heure,
checked her,
pressed her,
fresh earth,
fresh shirt,
where earth,
bread flour,
express her,
prevent her,
protect her,
whether her,
eddie heard,
leading her,
married her,
reading her

12 letters:
claire heard,
beche de mer,
friend heard,
spread curve

13 letters:
charred earth,
addressed her,
expressed her

15 letters:
professor earle

Some other possibilities:

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