Answers: If you want a PERFECT rhyme, I believe only this set will work:
* asunder, blunder, plunder, refunder, sunder, thunder, below
If you can make a NEAR rhyme work (where most of the sounds clash and, preferably, the rest are close). I'll list those that enjoy the best chance of working.
Fairly close implicit rhymes (note that /m/ and/n/ are VERY close sounds):
* clumber, (en)cumber, lumber, number, slumber, umber
* hunger, younger
(Incidentally, "cucumber" is NOT likely to work, because its ACCENT falls on a different syllable -- CU-cumber vs. UN-der, etc.)
A bit more distant (where the nouns after the /n/ or /m/ does NOT use the voice:
* hunter, grunter, punter
* bunker, clunker, debunker, drunker, dunker, flunker, funker, hunker, junker, lunker, plunker, punker, spelunker
* bumper, dumper, gazumper, jumper, lumper, mumper, plumper, pumper, stumper, thumper
Perhaps these (with NO consonant nouns after the /n/ or /m/)
* dunner, funner, gunner, punner, runner, stunner
* clummer, crumber, dumber, drummer, hummer, rummer, scummer, slummer, summer, thrummer
OR even these (with the /d/ or the very close /t/, but no /n/...)
* budder, mudder, rudder, shudder udder
* butter, clutter, cutter, flutter, gutter, mutter, nutter, putter, sputter, strutter, stutter, utter
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