Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lurker:

7 letters:
her her

8 letters:
hurt her,
turn her,
wore her,
her turn,
her word,
her work,
back her,
make her,
pick her,
seek her,
take her,
took her,
wake her

9 letters:
heard her,
serve her,
her birth,
her nurse,
her purse,
her shirt,
her third,
turns her,
urged her,
her skirt,
broke her,
shake her,
shook her,
stuck her,
offer her,
power per

10 letters:
earned her,
her church,
her search,
served her,
turned her,
work shirt,
struck her,
curse word,
pursue her,
toward her,
unlike her,
worker who,
beaver fur,
bower bird

11 letters:
earth earth,
heard heard,
nurse heard,
wurde durch,
clerk clerk,
curve curve,
third curve,
works serve,
her younger,
birds heard,
birth birth,
burnt earth,
church work,
offered her,
offer curve,
amer. journ,
entre leurs,
lowered her,
lower curve,
meier curve,
power curve,
flower girl,
adders fern,
adders wort,
alert nurse,
covered her

12 letters:
church heard,
jurors heard,
worker earns,
birth dearth,
burned earth,
church serve,
church urged,
crores worth,
cursed earth,
preserve her,
unter kaiser,
returned her,
offer curves,
return curve,
offering her,
entire curve

13 letters:
church church,
younger birth,
worker earned,
younger girls,
b├ęzier curve,
reverse curve,
clearly heard,
encourage her

14 letters:
younger church,
reverse search,
concerning her,
considered her

15 letters:
praeger praeger

Some other possibilities:

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