Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with vermonter:

7 letters:
got her,
not her,
lop nur,
and her

8 letters:
cost her,
lost her,
once her,
shot her,
calm her,
from her,
whom her,
both her,
cost per,
dog turd,
once per,
stop her,
tons per,
not earn,
not hurt,
not turn,
pot herb,
cast her,
past her,
bar girl,
hot work,
job work,
onto her,
only her

9 letters:
wants her,
cause her,
star turn,
watch her,
not heard,
found her,
round her,
from work,
both work,
far worse,
got worse,
lahr bert,
log perch,
loses her

10 letters:
tossed her,
washed her,
caused her,
john burke,
once heard,
giant fern,
passed her,
from birth,
from third,
clock work,
drop serve,
job search,
beyond her,
wanted her,
around her,
nodded her,
dollar per

11 letters:
bonne heure,
dropped her,
stopped her,
watched her,
giant earth,
heart heard,
giant nerve,
giant perch,
scott heard,
clapped her,
crossed her,
slapped her,
wrapped her,
from church,
guard heard,
block nerve,
cause birth,
cause nerve,
cause worse,
cause worth,
clark heard,
drops serve,
large earth,
support her,
causing her,
abano terme

12 letters:
france heard,
giant turned,
konnte durch,
block search,
dupont merck,
followed her

13 letters:
st john perse,
scarred earth,
madame berthe,
compare verse

14 letters:
st.-john perse,
madame couture,
malabar church

15 letters:
seront toujours

Some other possibilities:

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