Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dodderer:

2 syllables:
her her,
wore her,
be proper,
bed blocker,
both her,
calm her,
cause her,
coutts trotter,
côte dazur,
de notre,
from her,
got her,
great father

3 syllables:
aaa server,
dollar earner,
dollar per,
father heard,
roger heard,
scott turner,
whois server,
ice spar,
offer her,
our earth,
power per,
a copper,
a dollar,
a father,
a proper,
a scholar,
algae occur,
an acre,
an honor,
are proper,
armed robber,
arthur heard,
arthur hervey,
as copper,
as father,
as proper,
assure proper,
assures proper,
block further,
boulogne sur mer,
carter heard,
cause further,
dock worker,
doctor heard,
dollar worth,
dollars per,
donor nerve,
el fasher,
ensure proper,
ensures proper,
farmer heard,
father burke,
foster hirsch,
from further

4 syllables:
bizarre murder,
another birth,
another church,
another curve,
another firm,
another girl,
another nurse,
another search,
another term,
another third,
another verse,
another word,
another work,
bother either,
bother other,
compare further,
copper layer,
copper occur,
declare cursor,
dollar offer,
donor layer,
donor other,
father either,
father hecker,
father hired,
father hooper,
father meyer,
father other,
father power,
father uttered,
gerhard kaiser

5 syllables:
another author,
another buyer,
another either,
another error,
another higher,
another layer,
another offer,
another owner,
another power,
another shower,
another tower

6 syllables:
deodar cedar

Some other possibilities:

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