Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with vermonter:

2 syllables:
bonne heure,
cost her,
dropped her,
lost her,
once her,
stopped her,
tossed her,
washed her,
watched her,
giant earth,
got her,
not her,
shot her,
wants her,
caused her,
lop nur,
calm her,
from her,
whom her,
both her,
cause her,
cost per,
dog turd,
france heard,
heart heard,
john burke,
once heard,
once per,
st.-john perse,
st john perse,
star turn,
stop her,
tons per,
watch her,
giant fern,
giant nerve,
giant perch,
giant turned,
konnte durch,
not earn,
not heard,
not hurt,
not turn,
pot herb,
scott heard,
and her,
found her,
round her,
cast her,
clapped her,
crossed her,
passed her,
past her,
slapped her,
wrapped her,
from birth,
from church,
from third,
from work,
guard heard,
scarred earth,
bar girl,
block nerve,
block search,
both work,
cause birth,
cause nerve,
cause worse,
cause worth,
clark heard,
clock work,
drop serve,
drops serve,
far worse,
got worse,
hot work,
job search,
job work,
lahr bert,
large earth,
log perch

3 syllables:
onto her,
beyond her,
only her,
dupont merck,
seront toujours,
wanted her,
around her,
support her,
followed her,
madame berthe,
madame couture,
nodded her,
causing her,
compare verse,
dollar per,
loses her

4 syllables:
abano terme,
malabar church

Some other possibilities:

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