Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with clogger:

6 letters:
all er,
at her,
or her

7 letters:
got her,
not her,
lop nur,
all her,
for her,
had her,
nor her,
out her,
saw her

8 letters:
both her,
calm her,
from her,
shot her,
stop her,
whom her,
cost her,
lost her,
not earn,
not hurt,
not turn,
once her,
pot herb,
want her,
bar girl,
dog turd,
back her,
bore her,
call her,
down her,
faux fur,
half her,
than her,
that her,
what her,
draw her,
know her,
show her

9 letters:
cause her,
watch her,
bog earth,
from hers,
not heard,
log perch,
shop girl,
catch her,
show girl,
rock bird,
both work,
about her,
along her,
among her

10 letters:
koch curve,
caused her,
from earth,
tossed her,
washed her,
bought her,
caught her,
sought her,
taught her,
though her,
clock work,
rock flour,
follow her,
before her,
beyond her

11 letters:
bonne heure,
cause heard,
dropped her,
scott heard,
stopped her,
trois jours,
watched her,
brought her,
thought her,
dragged her,
block nerve,
clark heard,
stock clerk,
stock worth,
cause birth,
cause nerve,
roger heard,
soggy earth,
because her,
restore her,
rocky earth,
bobby heard

12 letters:
trois heures,
block search,
square curve

13 letters:
scotch church,
another earth,
bizarre world

14 letters:
throughout her,
madame couture

15 letters:
bourgeois world

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