Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with advert:

2 syllables:
cap vert,
had hurt,
black chert,
black shirt,
grass skirt,
that hurt,
had burst,
had first,
had learnt,
had worked,
ragged shirt,
sauce verte,
at first,
at worst,
kap verde,
that first,
that worked,
valle verde,
black first,
black shirts,
black skirt,
camp shirt,
class first,
class worked,
crack first,
glass first,
grass skirts,
grass verge,
had worn,
match first,
shall burst,
shall first,
shall thirst,
stack first,
staff worked,
than first,
track first,
at erst,
had heard,
and first,
and worked,
grand first,
laugh burst,
laugh first,
planned first,
ragged shirts,
scanned first,
staff first

3 syllables:
badly hurt,
bladder wort,
tattered shirt,
abram tertz,
actor ought,
after eight,
after it,
aller werte,
answer at,
answer it,
answer ought,
arrow shirt,
attack first,
baggy shirt,
chapter at,
chapter eight,
chapter it,
chapter ought,
factor at,
factor out,
fracture height,
japan first,
japan worked,
master at,
master it,
master ought,
pastor at,
pastor ought,
latter at,
latter it,
latter ought,
laughter at,
matter at,
matter it,
matter ought,
anger at,
daddy worked,
gather at,
hammer out,
ladder first,
manner at,
manner it,
manner ought,
nature at,
nature it,
nature ought,
rather at,
rather it,
rather ought,
stammer out

4 syllables:
abraham first,
commander at

Some other possibilities:

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