Word:   
Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hampered:

2 syllables:
and heard,
black bird,
frank heard,
grant heard,
grass bird,
slang word,
catch word,
kap verde,
pass word,
ralph heard,
that third,
that word,
valle verde,
graham turned,
had heard,
staff heard,
ant bird,
from third,
and third,
and urged,
black birds,
catch birds,
grant turned,
grant urged,
grass burned,
had burned,
match burned,
plant turned,
slang words,
tanque verde,
than words,
that burned,
at pearl,
black pearl,
black perch,
black purse,
black words,
black world,
blacks earned,
blacks served,
catch words,
clam worm,
class learned,
class turned,
class words,
class world,
craft turned,
glass turned,
glass world,
grass turned,
had learned,
had served,
had stirred,
had turned,
last third,
last word,
match words,
rammed earth,
shaft turned,
shall purge,
snacks served


3 syllables:
campo verde,
hammer head,
advance earned,
attack birds,
galley bird,
had a bird,
jacob heard,
japan learned,
japan served,
japan turned,
japan world,
mallee bird,
nancy heard,
paddy bird,
suzanne turned,
again heard,
allow third,
also heard,
at a word,
attack pearl,
attack turned,
chapter head,
gesagt wurde,
gladly heard,
had a word,
having heard,
jason heard,
latter third,
master had,
master heard,
matthew heard,
nathan heard,
nation heard,
rachel heard


4 syllables:
abraham heard,
commander had,
extractor hood


5 syllables:
alexander had,
alexander heard


Some other possibilities:

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