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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with stabber:

2 syllables:
at her,
back her,
catch her,
had her,
than her,
that her,
what her,
grabbed her,
clapped her,
slapped her,
wrapped her,
and her,
ask her,
at term,
black curve,
black earth,
black hearse,
branner earth,
cast her,
dragged her,
flat earth,
had heard,
had hurt,
jacques cceur,
nach der,
passed her,
past her,
shall learn,
shall neuer,
staff heard,
takes her,
thank her,
that earth,
that hurt,
that term,
that turn,
at birth,
black birch,
black bird,
flash burn,
grass bird,
laugh burst,
all er,
all her,
bore her,
both her,
bought her,
brought her,
call her,
calm her,
caught her,
cause her,
down her,
faux fur,
for her,
from her,
got her,
half her,
nor her,
not her,
or her,
out her,
shot her,
sought her,
taught her,
thought her,
throughout her,
watch her,
whom her,
draw her,
know her,
saw her,
show her,
snow bird,
though burke,
though her,
at pearl,
black pearl,
black perch,
black purse,
cap vert,
clasped her,
grams per,
grasped her,
kap verde,
shall purge


3 syllables:
allow her,
rabbi hirsch,
about her,
along her,
among her,
because her,
before her,
restore her,
describe her,
a$ap ferg,
attack pearl,
happy earth


4 syllables:
abraham heard


Some other possibilities:

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