Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with knackers:

2 syllables:
black curls,
track curves,
black hearse,
black curve,
black earth,
class serves,
glass serves,
that turns,
what terms,
back her,
black birds,
black girls,
black jurors,
black pearls,
black terns,
black words,
track turns,
from hers,
trois jours,
at term,
branner earth,
flat earth,
had heard,
had hurt,
shall learn,
staff heard,
that earth,
that hurt,
that term,
that turn,
back as,
black as,
black cause,
black eyes,
mac os,
track whose,
trois heures,
black earths,
black nurse,
black purse,
class girls,
match girls,
shall curse,
than girls,
that girls,
at her,
black birch,
black bird,
black chert,
black church,
black pearl,
black perch,
black shirt,
black tern,
bragg curve

3 syllables:
anger as,
ladder whose,
latter as,
latter has,
latter whose,
laughter as,
manner as,
manner whose,
matter as,
matter has,
matter whose,
nature as,
nature has,
nature whose,
quatre heures,
rather as,
stature whose,
abstract terms,
actor whose,
attack birds,
banker whose,
exact terms,
factor as,
factor has,
factor whose,
attack as,
attack whose,
entry keyers,
occur as,
blacker house,
after as,
after whose,
anger shows,
anger those,
anger was,
answer as,
answer has,
attack pearl,
backer up,
badger holes,
bladder shows,
calor gas,
cancer has

4 syllables:
attacker knows,
abraham heard

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