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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with craniometer:

7 letters:
r color

8 letters:
on color,
on cover,
on other,
on under,
on upper,
r colour

9 letters:
are other,
are under,
art lover,
barad dur,
got under,
la cumbre,
la valeur,
na number,
not cover,
not occur,
not other,
not refer,
not under,
not utter,
on hunger,
on mother,
on number,
on summer,
oxen were,
pop under,
raw umber,
tom baker,
top cover,
was other,
was under

10 letters:
art runner,
bog bumper,
bog butter,
bog jumper,
boxes were,
box gutter,
box number,
box supper,
car bumper,
cockle bur,
dark color,
don gummer,
dot commer,
font color,
fox mulder,
gawain sir,
god mother,
gotten her,
hard cover,
hard ulcer,
hog rubber,
hot butter,
hot summer,
job hunter,
john asser,
john titor,
la chaleur,
la culture,
lot number,
margin per,
model were,
nodded her,
not concur,
not confer,
not prefer,
not suffer,
not wonder,
odd number,
on culture,
parted her,
pot bunker,
pot hunter,
profit per,
rahmen der,
soften her,
soft cover,
soft ulcer,
spot color,
star color,
tom hunter,
tom tucker,
upon other,
wanted her,
was mother,
was number,
was summer

11 letters:
are younger,
aryans were,
barges were,
bomb bunker,
bond number,
card number,
carl bucher,
carl dunker,
carl muller,
carp sucker,
causes were,
cause other,
charges per,
cockle burr,
cock sucker,
costs under,
cost cutter,
croc hunter,
crop duster,
dard hunter,
dark colour,
dark hunter,
dramas were,
drop rudder,
hans muller,
hans sommer,
hom functor,
hop culture,
hox cluster,
iban number,
john butler,
john glover,
john hunter,
john quidor,
john rutter,
john sutter,
john tucker,
karl muller,
lodges were,
market were,
mark butler,
marshal sir,
models were,
nok culture,
novels were,
operas were,
part number,
pop culture,
problem der,
product per,
quark color,
rocks occur,
rock butter,
rock plover,
soft rubber,
spotted her,
spot colour,
started her,
star number,
todd hunter,
wash buffer,
was younger,
watches her,
yard lumber

12 letters:
assam rubber,
befallen her,
block buster,
bottles were,
carpets were,
charges were,
columns were,
common murre,
consuls were,
fossils were,
gardens were,
gospels were,
guard cutter,
hans buchner,
hans krumper,
john gunther,
large rubber,
la sculpture,
la structure,
markets were,
mongols were,
moslems were,
on structure,
options were,
parcels were,
parĂ¡ rubber,
pasha bulker,
problem were,
promised her,
prompted her,
regarded her,
rockets were,
rock crusher,
rock tumbler,
shark sucker,
stark number,
startled her,
star cluster,
stock number,
targets were

13 letters:
apostles were,
beyond number,
cautioned her,
charge number,
clock puncher,
congress were,
dolphins were,
dropped udder,
evolved under,
forgotten her,
garments were,
harvests were,
heart rupture,
large cluster,
nostrils were,
problems were,
products were,
prophets were,
spartans were,
stock culture

14 letters:
charles cutter,
charles hunter,
charles muller,
charles sumner,
charles tupper,
cost structure,
doctrines were,
drop structure,
hans multscher,
jacques muller,
knowledge were,
plot structure,
soft sculpture,
squadrons were

15 letters:
allotments were,
apartments were,
block structure,
department were,
gregoire muller,
metatarsal spur

16 letters:
bronze sculpture,
departments were,
respondents were

17 letters:
bourgeois culture

18 letters:
danielle panabaker

19 letters:
correspondents were,
renaissance culture

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