Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rumper:

6 letters:
ml per,
la mer,
up her,
in per,
et per

7 letters:
ten per,
fun fur,
gen xer,
van der,
von der,
del sur,
ben hur,
ran her,
won her,
but her,
cut her,
get her,
has her,
let her,
put her,
was her

8 letters:
much per,
men wore,
just her,
done her,
then her,
when her,
love her,
rev. ver,
shut her,
den berg,
help her,
year per,
can turn,
can work,
non term,
uses her,
area per

9 letters:
gum myrrh,
loved her,
loves her,
trust her,
flung her,
man purse,
plum bird,
swung her,
cut purse,
some word,
some work,
stem turn,
stuck her,
jump turn,
can learn,
can serve,
love bird,
mon khmer,
non juror,
puff bird,
then turn,
then work,
acid burn

10 letters:
cupped her,
hugged her,
rubbed her,
thrust her,
some third,
struck her,
young bird,
can search,
become her,
eva per�,
eva perón,
number per

11 letters:
brushed her,
blood purge,
comme leurs,
psalm verse,
upper earth,
young birch,
dutch birth,
judge burke,
rural birth,
schon durch,
tongue fern,
tongue worm,
under earth,
extra flour,
extra spurt,
urban birth

12 letters:
shrugged her,
clutch perch,
clutch purse,
struck pearl,
parent earth,
quetzal bird,
become worse,
become worth

13 letters:
tongue furred

15 letters:
pas de bourrée,
becomes rougher

Some other possibilities:

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