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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with wheeler:

2 syllables:
beat her,
been her,
feed her,
greet her,
keep her,
leave her,
meet her,
need her,
please her,
reach her,
read her,
seek her,
seen her,
sees her,
teach her,
they wore,
three per,
treat her,
by her,
li erh,
see her,
surely learn,
they learn,
why her,
bee bird,
beef herd,
been heard,
been hurt,
by birth,
by church,
by third,
by word,
by work,
clean earth,
dry nurse,
feet per,
free church,
free verse,
greek earth,
green earth,
keeps her,
key word,
knee jerk,
leaned her,
leave earth,
leaves her,
my birth,
my church,
my firm,
my girl,
my purse,
my search,
my shirt,
my third,
my turn,
my word,
my work,
neither earth,
peter earle,
pleased her,
queen heard,
reach earth,
reached her,
speech heard,
squeezed her,
steve earle,
steve heard,
street heard,
surely serve,
surely worse,
surely worth,
sweet earth,
tee shirt,
theme heard,
they burn,
they serve,
they turn


3 syllables:
believe her,
receive her,
release her,
appeal heard,
believed her,
chinese earth,
degree curve,
degree nurse,
degree worse,
degree worth,
entry keyers,
entry word,
ideas heard,
on my word,
received her,
released her,
saline earth,
seeing her


4 syllables:
area per,
dopamine nerve,
pharisees heard


Some other possibilities:

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