Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with clunker:

2 syllables:
flung her,
struck her,
stuck her,
swung her,
young kaiser,
fun fur,
gen xer,
men wore,
ten per,
van der,
von der,
brushed her,
cupped her,
del sur,
hugged her,
just her,
loved her,
loves her,
ml per,
much per,
rubbed her,
shrugged her,
thrust her,
trust her,
think her,
ben hur,
done her,
gum myrrh,
la mer,
mon khmer,
ran her,
then her,
when her,
won her,
young girl,
but her,
chief kaiser,
cut her,
douglas kirk,
get her,
gödel, kurt,
gödel kurt,
has her,
leg curl,
let her,
love her,
put her,
rev. ver,
shut her,
stress curve,
tongue fern,
tongue furred,
tongue worm,
up her,
was her,
young birch,
young bird,
young church,
young learn,
young nurse,
young third,
young turk,
skunk bird,
struck earth,
tongue curled,
young clerk,
young earth,
brings her,
can learn,
can search,
can serve,
can turn,
can work,
comme leurs,
den berg,
man purse,
non juror,
non term,
parent earth,
plum bird,
psalm verse,
schon durch,
some third,
some word,
some work,
stem turn,
then turn,
then work,
under earth,
under irc

3 syllables:
extra flour,
become her,
eva per�,
uses her,
become worse,
become worth,
becomes rougher,
office girl,
under her,
urban birth

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