Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bumpers:

2 syllables:
comme leurs,
some birds,
won spurs,
comme toujours,
get hers,
some firms,
some girls,
some words,
stem turns,
struck spurs,
was hers,
plump birds,
ken burns,
man purse,
young birds,
blood burns,
blunt terms,
clutch purse,
cut purse,
judge burns,
plum bird,
psalm verse,
strung nerves,
then turns,
tongue worms,
young firms,
young girls,
young worms,
blood purge,
blood serves,
blood turns,
blood worms,
but words,
chaebol firms,
chief terms,
chief words,
clutch perch,
crushed herbs,
cuss words,
dutch firms,
dutch girls,
dutch terms,
dutch words,
judge serves,
judge turns,
quelques heures,
rural firms,
rural girls,
rural terms,
some third,
some word,
some work,
stem turn,
stress curves,
stress terms,
struck pearl,
such firms,
such terms,
such words,
sural nerves,
touches turns

3 syllables:
number as,
number has,
number whose,
become words,
scupper hose,
shimon peres,
summer highs,
allan burns,
become worse,
hunter whose,
under eyes,
under u.s.,
under whose,
urban firms,
urban girls,
urban terms,
wonder whose,
abrupt turns,
added terms,
added words,
adult terms,
become worth,
cluster whose,
culture as,
culture has,
culture whose,
ended terms,
expel worms,
extra spurt,
office firms,
office girls,
office terms,
product terms,
product turns,
result turns,
structure as,
structure has,
structure whose

4 syllables:
conductor whose

Some other possibilities:

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