Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with workers:

2 syllables:
worker earns,
younger girls,
her nerves,
her words,
nurse serves,
verse serves,
younger birds,
younger firms,
worth crores,
her nurse,
her purse,
church church,
church heard,
earth earth,
heard heard,
her birth,
her church,
her search,
her shirt,
her third,
her turn,
her word,
her work,
jurors heard,
nurse heard,
wurde durch,
younger birth,
younger church,
clerk whose,
her cause,
heard girls,
church serves,
church turns,
clerk clerk,
curse words,
curve curve,
curve turns,
earn spurs,
earth berms,
earth serves,
earth terms,
earth turns,
earth worms,
first terms

3 syllables:
entre leurs,
offer curves,
worker as,
worker has,
worker whose,
further as,
learner whose,
offer curve,
offer terms,
offer words,
server whose,
birchard hayes,
lower curves,
meier curves,
power curves,
return curves,
reverse curls,
reverse curves,
worker bees,
worker hours,
worker knows,
worker shows,
worker was,
amer. journ,
reverse search,
entry keyers,
fewer girls,
flower girls,
worker house,
worker is,
bower birds,
b├ęzier curve,
clear terms,
clear words,
cursor shows,
diverse terms,
earners whose,
fewer birds,
fewer firms,
fewer terms,
fewer turns,
fewer words,
flower turns,
fourier terms,
further cause,
further phase,
further raise,
further shows,
further these

4 syllables:
observer whose,
researcher whose,
earlier as,
entire curve,
entire words

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