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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hurter:

2 syllables:
serve her,
turn her,
her her,
her turn,
wore her,
earned her,
heard heard,
served her,
turned her,
urged her,
wurde durch,
church church,
church heard,
earth earth,
her birth,
her church,
her nurse,
her purse,
her search,
her shirt,
her third,
her word,
her work,
jurors heard,
nurse heard,
turns her,
younger birth,
younger church,
burnt earth,
cursed earth,
first earl,
first earth,
first heard,
first term,
her stern,
search term,
serve turn,
shirt turned,
third term,
at her,
beat her,
bit her,
bought her,
brought her,
but her,
caught her,
cette heure,
cut her,
get her,
got her,
greet her,
it her,
let her,
meet her,
met her,
not her,
out her,
put her,
set her,
shot her,
shut her,
sought her,
taught her,
that her,
thought her,
throughout her,
treat her,
what her,
write her,
wrote her,
yet her


3 syllables:
offered her,
preserve her,
offer her,
lowered her,
returned her,
toward her,
amer. journ,
entre leurs,
offer curve,
power per,
pursue her,
reverse search,
unter kaiser,
alert nurse,
dirty earth,
expert nurse,
offer terms,
our turn,
permit her,
thirty per,
about her,
addressed her,
upset her


4 syllables:
encourage her,
offering her


Some other possibilities:

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