Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with errors:

2 syllables:
faire leurs,
belles heures,
claire heard,
fresh herbs,
gets hers,
press serves,
rare earth,
where earth,
bear her,
rare birds,
scare birds,
share firms,
share her,
share terms,
share words,
spare words,
swear words,
where birds,
where firms,
where girls,
where her,
where terms,
where words,
get hers,
was hers,
with hers,
deck curb,
fresh earth,
fresh shirt,
yet heard,
a shares,
air as,
as theirs,
au pairs,
care as,
care has,
chair as,
chair whose,
fair as,
hair as,
of shares,
rare as,
reindeer herds,
share as,
unshared pairs,
where as,
where has,
rare earths

3 syllables:
error as,
error has,
error whose,
beggar whose,
better as,
debtor whose,
ever as,
ever has,
letter as,
letter has,
letter whose,
lever whose,
measure as,
measure has,
measure whose,
never as,
never has,
pleasure as,
pleasure whose,
seller has,
seller whose,
weather has,
whether as,
dairy herds,
error cause,
error shows,
error was,
repair firms,
terror was,
their herds,
unfair terms,
professor earle,
mirror whose,
error is,
accept terms,
access terms,
addressed her,
addressed words,
affect terms,
au pair girl,
bearer of,
better cause,
better days

4 syllables:
professor hayes,
professor whose,
successor as,
together as,
together whose,
whoever has

5 syllables:
culinary herbs

Some other possibilities:

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