Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with jerker:

2 syllables:
heard her,
hurt her,
serve her,
turn her,
her her,
wore her,
church church,
church heard,
earned her,
earth earth,
heard heard,
her birth,
her church,
her nurse,
her purse,
her search,
her shirt,
her third,
her turn,
her word,
her work,
jurors heard,
nurse heard,
served her,
turned her,
turns her,
urged her,
wurde durch,
younger birth,
younger church,
clerk clerk,
curve curve,
her skirt,
third curve,
work shirt,
worker earned,
worker earns,
works serve,
back her,
broke her,
like her,
make her,
pick her,
seek her,
shake her,
shook her,
struck her,
stuck her,
take her,
took her,
wake her,
her younger,
praeger praeger,
younger girls,
birds heard,
birth birth,
birth dearth,
burned earth,
burnt earth,
church serve,
church urged,
church work,
crores worth,
curse word,
cursed earth

3 syllables:
offered her,
preserve her,
offer curve,
offer her,
unter kaiser,
amer. journ,
entre leurs,
lowered her,
power per,
pursue her,
returned her,
reverse search,
toward her,
b├ęzier curve,
lower curve,
meier curve,
offer curves,
power curve,
return curve,
reverse curve,
unlike her,
worker who,
flower girl,
adders fern,
adders wort,
alert nurse,
beaver fur,
bower bird,
clearly heard,
covered her

4 syllables:
encourage her,
offering her,
entire curve,
concerning her,
considered her

Some other possibilities:

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