Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with breadwinners:

3 syllables:
lead singers,
dead ringers,
bread givers,
well wishers,
where winters,
bell ringers,
bread winner,
spend winters,
death differs,
fence sitters,
fresh rivers,
blood thinners,
getting hers,
dead fingers,
spread fingers,
wretched sinners,
welsh miners,
where rivers,
spent winters,
edwin church,
spread thinner,
twelve winters,
butte miners,
bring sinners,
chief singers,
dead letters,
hedge trimmers,
leads others,
r.a.b. mynors,
sledge runners,
smith singers,
still sinners,
strip miners,
young miners,
young singers,
dressed figures,
edwin schur,
stair climbers,
tending herds

4 syllables:
recent winners,
edwin powers,
medal winners,
ascend rivers,
fellow miners,
fellow singers,
fellow sinners,
edwin howard,
leading singers,
messenger whose,
shelley winters,
splendid dinners,
terry winters,
collecting herbs,
content differs,
effect differs,
object differs,
perfect mirrors,
project differs,
respect differs,
subject differs

5 syllables:
cigarette filters,
declared winner

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