Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with burler:

2 syllables:
heard her,
hurt her,
serve her,
turn her,
her her,
wore her,
church church,
church heard,
earned her,
earth earth,
heard heard,
her birth,
her church,
her nurse,
her purse,
her search,
her shirt,
her third,
her turn,
her word,
her work,
jurors heard,
nurse heard,
served her,
turned her,
turns her,
urged her,
wurde durch,
younger birth,
younger church,
clerk clerk,
girls heard,
pearl perch,
world heard,
all er,
all her,
call her,
feel her,
fill her,
kill her,
pull her,
sell her,
till her,
while her,
birds heard,
birth birth,
birth dearth,
burned earth,
burnt earth,
church serve,
church urged,
church work,
crores worth,
curse word,
cursed earth,
curve curve,
curved earth,
earth worm,
earth worth

3 syllables:
offered her,
preserve her,
entre leurs,
offer her,
amer. journ,
lowered her,
offer curve,
power per,
pursue her,
returned her,
reverse search,
toward her,
unter kaiser,
clearly heard,
early earth,
conceal her,
until her,
adders fern,
adders wort,
alert nurse,
beaver fur,
bower bird,
b├ęzier curve,
covered her,
dirty earth,
dollar per,
expert nurse,
fewer nerve

4 syllables:
encourage her,
offering her,
concerning her,
considered her,
encouraged her,
entire church,
entire curve,
entire nerve,
entire search,
entire third,
entire verse,
entire work

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