Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with elver:

2 syllables:
felt her,
held her,
help her,
tells her,
sell her,
tell her,
begged her,
bent her,
checked her,
et leur,
et per,
et sur,
eve churr,
kept her,
leads her,
left her,
pressed her,
send her,
sent her,
shared her,
spent her,
swept her,
bear her,
bell bird,
bell curve,
belles heures,
bless her,
cells per,
cette heure,
delle curve,
delle terme,
fetch her,
helped her,
lead her,
met her,
neck verse,
set her,
share her,
shell flour,
smell worse,
spread her,
terre verte,
well worn,
well worth,
where her,
yet her,
delved earth,
well versed,
welsh verse,
del sur,
filled her,
killed her,
ml per,
pulled her,
still wore,
blessed earth,
bread flour,
cent per,
cette perte,
charred earth,
check girl,
check shirt,
dead cert,
death birth,
death curse,
death curve,
deaths herb,
deaths per,
egg bird,
enter earth,
faire leurs

3 syllables:
accept her,
affect her,
defend her,
except her,
expect her,
expressed her,
prevent her,
protect her,
addressed her,
express her,
marcel breuer,
telling her,
upset her,
affect earth,
au pair girl,
began her,
beneath her,
beside her,
buried her,
cadet nurse,
caressed her,
complex search,
denied her,
essai sur,
excess flour,
express mirth

4 syllables:
cigarette burn,
expressing her

Some other possibilities:

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