Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with heptachlor:

2 syllables:
jacques cceur,
takes her,
back her,
dragged her,
and her,
ask her,
cast her,
clapped her,
grabbed her,
nach der,
passed her,
past her,
shall neuer,
slapped her,
thank her,
wrapped her,
asked her,
asks her,
at her,
black birch,
black bird,
black chert,
black church,
black nurse,
black pearl,
black perch,
black purse,
black shirt,
black tern,
catch her,
class learn,
cracked earth,
graham flour,
gram flour,
had her,
packed earth,
staff learn,
than her,
thanked her,
that her,
what her,
bank clerk,
black curve,
black earth,
black hearse,
class clerk,
shall learn,
bragg curve,
and earth,
and heard,
ann surg,
at birth,
at church,
at pearl,
at work,
bat girl,
branch church,
cap vert,
catch curve,
catch word,
clam worm,
clasped her,
class church,
class work,
fan fern,
fan worm,
flash burn,
flat worm,
frank heard,
gatch work,
glass church,
grams per,
grant heard,
graph search,
grasped her,
grass bird,
grass fern,
grass skirt,
grass verge,
had worn,
kap verde,
langue turque,
last term,
lratc curve,
match search

3 syllables:
attack pearl,
allow her,
enough flour,
a$ap ferg,
after her,
allowed her,
allows her,
also her,
although her,
answer her,
calling her,
carried her,
combat search,
gathered her,
having her

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