Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with nectar:

2 syllables:
bent her,
felt her,
kept her,
left her,
pressed her,
sent her,
spent her,
swept her,
cette heure,
met her,
set her,
yet her,
begged her,
held her,
send her,
shared her,
et leur,
et per,
et sur,
eve churr,
help her,
leads her,
tells her,
looked her,
picked her,
lead her,
spread her,
bear her,
bless her,
blessed earth,
cent per,
check girl,
check shirt,
delle terme,
enter earth,
fetch her,
helped her,
left turn,
lent term,
neck verse,
sell her,
sex urge,
share her,
step turn,
tell her,
where her,
checked shirt,
deck curb,
necked shirt,
next term

3 syllables:
accept her,
except her,
expressed her,
prevent her,
addressed her,
affect earth,
protect earth,
subject heard,
upset her,
defend her,
caressed her,
complex search,
express her,
percent per,
recent earth,
affect birth,
affect nerve,
affect terms,
affect third,
collect herbs,
collect terms,
direct nerve,
direct search,
direct terms,
effect curve,
effect serve,
effect terms,
effect turned,
effect turns,
effects serve,
elect church,
object search,
object terms,
object turned,
object turns,
object worth,
objects serve,
perfect birth,
perfect church,
perfect curve,
perfect pearl,
perfect verse,
project hermes

4 syllables:
affected her,
directed her,
expected her

Some other possibilities:

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See nectar used in context: 28 rhymes, 2 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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