Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tavor:

2 syllables:
have her,
bade her,
bei der,
blame her,
day per,
face her,
hate her,
laid her,
made her,
make her,
paid her,
place her,
raise her,
said her,
shake her,
take her,
wake her,
have heard,
have hurt,
lay her,
pay her,
saved her,
waved her,
way her,
drive her,
give her,
brain nerve,
change her,
day girl,
day work,
days per,
eight per,
failed her,
fake fur,
gay girl,
grace heard,
gray birch,
gray perch,
late term,
makes her,
may learn,
may serve,
may turn,
may work,
moray firth,
named her,
pay dirt,
phrase heard,
placed her,
plain earth,
plane earth,
raised her,
rate per,
scale earth,
shakes her,
space search,
weight per,
cape verde,
eighth verse,
gave birth,
have earned,
have urged,
have work,
have worn,
layer earth,
main verb,
slave church,
slave girl,
stave church,
wave worn,
guide her

3 syllables:
became her,
betrayed her,
explain her,
persuade her,
regain her,
away her,
forgive her,
always heard,
always wore,
became rougher,
contain nerve,
dabei wurde,
delay curve,
embraced her,
female earth,
gerade durch,
refrain heard,
regained her,
today learn,
today serve,
today worth,
behave worse,
concave curve,
admire her,
aside her,
describe her

4 syllables:
japanese verse

Some other possibilities:

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