Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with warder:

2 syllables:
auf der,
called her,
force her,
forth her,
more per,
or per,
board heard,
bore her,
for her,
nor her,
or her,
warned her,
crossed her,
auth. ver,
auth ver,
calls her,
half per,
caught her,
court heard,
court terme,
forced her,
or turn,
short term,
sought her,
taught her,
the short term,
thought her,
all er,
all her,
call her,
called earth,
course heard,
course serve,
crore worth,
faux fur,
for birth,
for church,
for third,
for word,
for work,
for worse,
force per,
force search,
george earle,
george heard,
half her,
more work,
morse earle,
north third,
or church,
or firm,
or girl,
or nurse,
or serve,
or third,
or word,
or work,
or worse,
shore bird,
torque curve,
war work,
war worn,
warmer earth,
board urged,
broad earth,
draw her,
for earth,
formed earth,
or earth,
or heard,
or hurt,
saw her,
sword fern,
though her,
warmed earth,
and her,
aus der,
caused her,
dragged her,
found her,
four per,
grabbed her,
hour per,
nach der,
round her

3 syllables:
support her,
before her,
restore her,
along her,
among her,
because her,
before birth,
before church,
before pearl,
before heard,
clapboard church,
ordered her,
record search,
around her

4 syllables:
supported her

Some other possibilities:

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See warder used in context: 6 rhymes, 4 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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