Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rheometer:

3 syllables:
from major,
from mother,
from other,
from upper,
not utter,
nodded her,
block other,
cause other,
cause upper,
far other,
job offer,
loses her,
not offer,
not other,
shock collar,
stock cover,
stock offer,
stock other,
watch other,
drama under,
from under,
john hunter,
bog butter,
both major,
both mother,
cause major,
common earth,
common murre,
common nerve,
drama offers,
drop shutter,
from cover,
from hunger,
from others,
homme libre,
job hunter,
john major,
not deter,
pot hunter,
prophet heard,
ramah chert,
rock butter,
shot putter,
thomas earle,
thomas heard,
thomas hearne,
drama turns,
smart mater,
from error,
from ever,
shall utter,
straw cutter,
though major,
though mother,
wanted her,
block under,
bob under,
both under,
cause under,
choir under,
clock under,
drop rudder,
flock under,
france other,
garage under,
gonna learn,
got under,
knock under

4 syllables:
canada offer,
canada other,
compare other,
declare other,
embrace other,
prepare other,
drama author,
madame pfeiffer,
pajama shirt,
plaza tower,
drama after,
drama teacher,
thomas hutter,
cacao butter,
canaan under,
enough butter,
enough mother,
madame heger,
apace under,
awake under,
bedrock under,
bihar under,
canada under,
declare under,
donor other,
embrace under,
hectare under,
honor other,
horace scudder

5 syllables:
alabama under

6 syllables:
alabama power,
alabama after

Some other possibilities:

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