Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with clasper:

2 syllables:
ask her,
cast her,
passed her,
past her,
clasped her,
grasped her,
and her,
clapped her,
dragged her,
grabbed her,
jacques cceur,
nach der,
shall neuer,
slapped her,
takes her,
thank her,
wrapped her,
grams per,
grass bird,
asked her,
asks her,
at her,
at pearl,
back her,
black pearl,
black perch,
black purse,
catch her,
class church,
class learn,
class work,
glass church,
grass fern,
grass skirt,
grass verge,
had her,
last term,
pass word,
shall purge,
than her,
that her,
what her,
glass pearls,
mat spurge,
rasp fern,
cost her,
crossed her,
four per,
half per,
hour per,
lost her,
more per,
or per,
tossed her,
at birth,
black birch,
black bird,
flash burn,
and earth,
and heard,
ann surg,
at church,
at work,
bat girl,
black chert,
black church,
black nurse,
black shirt,
black tern,
bragg curve,
branch church,
cap vert,
catch curve,
catch word,
clam worm,
cracked earth,
fan fern,
fan worm,
flat worm,
frank heard,
gatch work,
graham flour,
gram flour,
grant heard,
graph search,
had worn

3 syllables:
attack pearl,
value per,
attacks pearl,
a$ap ferg,
after her,
allowed her,
allows her,
also her,
although her,
answer her,
calling her,
carried her,
combat search,
gathered her

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