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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with breadwinners:

11 letters:
edwin schur


12 letters:
lead singers,
dead ringers,
bread givers,
well wishers,
bell ringers,
bread winner,
fresh rivers,
getting hers,
dead fingers,
welsh miners,
where rivers,
edwin church,
butte miners,
dead letters,
leads others,
strip miners,
young miners,
edwin powers,
edwin howard


13 letters:
where winters,
spend winters,
death differs,
fence sitters,
spent winters,
bring sinners,
chief singers,
r.a.b. mynors,
smith singers,
still sinners,
young singers,
tending herds,
medal winners,
ascend rivers,
fellow miners,
terry winters


14 letters:
blood thinners,
spread fingers,
spread thinner,
twelve winters,
hedge trimmers,
sledge runners,
stair climbers,
recent winners,
fellow singers,
fellow sinners,
effect differs,
object differs


15 letters:
dressed figures,
leading singers,
messenger whose,
shelley winters,
content differs,
perfect mirrors,
project differs,
respect differs,
subject differs,
declared winner


16 letters:
wretched sinners,
splendid dinners,
collecting herbs


17 letters:
cigarette filters


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