Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with knickers:

2 syllables:
with hers,
thick curls,
thick curves,
brick earth,
it turns,
reindeer herds,
thick curve,
thick earth,
this serves,
pick her,
pitch curves,
quick turns,
quick words,
spit curls,
strict terms,
swing curves,
get hers,
was hers,
being heard,
being hurt,
bitter earth,
bring earth,
chris heard,
chris searle,
his search,
in earth,
inner earth,
is heard,
it hurt,
paris heard,
smith heard,
spring earth,
still heard,
still learn,
there heard,
thing heard,
this earth,
this search,
touching earth,
twin earth,
were heard,
were hurt,
which church,
will earn,
will hurt,
will learn,
with earth,
with third,
quick as,
thick as,
bring girls,
in girls,
queer girls,
smith girls,
which girls,
with girls,
being her,
billed murres,
bit her

3 syllables:
bidder whose,
differ as,
killer whose,
miner whose,
mirror whose,
pitcher whose,
river as,
river has,
river whose,
sinner whose,
clear as,
clear whose,
conflict turns,
flicker noise,
picture as,
picture has,
picture whose,
thinker whose,
wicker chaise,
virgin earth,
entry keyers,
admit girls,
asking girls,
bigger holes,
bigger homes,
career girls,
figure as,
figure has,
figure whose,
liquor is,
trigger hairs,
trigger these,
trigger those,
virgin girls,
adding terms,
adding words,
asking her

4 syllables:
consider as,
consider whose,
transmitter whose,
francisco 49ers

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