Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with disorder:

3 syllables:
his order,
this order,
bring order,
firing order,
quick order,
split order,
switch order,
which order,
will order,
with order,
his horror,
his orders,
is ordered,
its order,
paris ordered,
since order,
swiss border,
paris psalter,
witch alder,
is harder,
press order,
brings order,
is shorter,
being ordered,
bill-me order,
bill me order,
build order,
drink order,
fifth order,
firing orders,
fringe order,
his former,
in horror,
ninth order,
print order,
quick orders,
sheer horror,
signed order,
singh ordered,
smith ordered,
strict order,
swiss author,
there ordered,
thick border,
this author,
this corner,
were ordered,
which border,
which ordered,
which orders,
with horror,
with orders,
crisp orders,
fixed order,
is bordered,
mixed order,
prince ordered,
ships ordered,
sixth order,
which alter,
will alter,
blood order

4 syllables:
until order,
commit torture,
access order,
express order,
office order,
unless order,
berlin border,
classic order,
clear border,
dinner order,
drawing order,
dying order,
fulfil orders,
fulfill orders,
going order,
growing order,
inner order,
issue order,
jewish order,
piller order,
playing order,
reprint order,
submit orders,
their order,
transmit orders,
unfilled order,
until ordered,
until orders,
zaire border,
busing order,
clear order,
lewis ordered

5 syllables:
qadiri order,
explicit order

6 syllables:
signifying order,
unvarying order

Some other possibilities:

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See disorder used in context: 83 rhymes, 6 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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