Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with shifter:

2 syllables:
gripped her,
kissed her,
missed her,
picked her,
slipped her,
wished her,
bit her,
hit her,
if her,
it her,
cleared her,
filled her,
in der,
killed her,
mit der,
big sur,
bis zur,
brings her,
in per,
mitch bouyer,
since her,
still wore,
think her,
year per,
years her,
left her,
did her,
hid her,
being her,
bring her,
fifth third,
fill her,
fish flour,
fixed her,
hear her,
him her,
him turn,
his term,
his turn,
ill turn,
in her,
in term,
in turn,
is her,
ist der,
kick turn,
kill her,
kiss her,
mid term,
miss her,
near her,
near term,
nicht nur,
pick her,
quick turn,
stiff shirt,
this term,
this turn,
till her,
touching her,
were her,
which her,
which turn,
will turn,
win her,
winter urn,
wish her,
with flour,
with her,
year term,
bitter earth,
drift terms,
it hurt,
shift curve,
shift nurse,
shift work,
stiff terms,
bent her,
brushed her,
checked her,
cupped her

3 syllables:
assist her,
convince her,
adding flour,
asking her,
convinced her,
into her,
until flour,
until her,
visit her,
without her,
fifty per,
lifted her,
lifting her,
accept her,
affect her,
except her,
expect her,
expressed her

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