Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with researchers:

2 syllables:
church church,
church heard,
her church,
her nerves,
her words,
nurse serves,
verse serves,
worker earns,
younger birds,
younger church,
younger firms,
younger girls,
church serves,
church turns,
search firms,
search terms,
search turns,
search words,
her nurse,
her purse,
her shirt,
earth earth,
heard heard,
her birth,
her search,
her third,
her turn,
her word,
her work,
jurors heard,
nurse heard,
wurde durch,
younger birth,
church as,
church chose,
church has,
church whose,
church serve,
church urged,
church work,
curse words,
curve turns,
earn spurs,
earth berms,
earth serves,
earth terms,
earth turns,
earth worms,
first terms

3 syllables:
entre leurs,
further as,
learner whose,
offer curves,
offer terms,
offer words,
server whose,
worker as,
worker has,
worker whose,
nurture these,
nurture those,
research firms,
research serves,
research terms,
research turns,
amer. journ,
offer curve,
reverse search,
research as,
research whose,
quatre jours,
research nurse,
birchard hayes,
bower birds,
clear terms,
clear words,
cursor shows,
diverse terms,
earners whose,
fewer birds,
fewer firms,
fewer girls,
fewer terms,
fewer turns,
fewer words,
flower girls,
flower turns,
fourier terms,
further cause,
further phase

4 syllables:
researcher whose,
observer whose,
researcher chose,
researcher knows,
premiers jours,
researcher is,
earlier as,
entire church,
entire words

Some other possibilities:

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