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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with craniometer:

3 syllables:
are other,
are under,
are younger,
art lover,
art runner,
aryans were,
barad dur,
barges were,
block buster,
block structure,
bog bumper,
bog butter,
bog jumper,
bomb bunker,
bond number,
bottles were,
boxes were,
box gutter,
box number,
box supper,
bronze sculpture,
card number,
carl bucher,
carl dunker,
carl muller,
carpets were,
carp sucker,
car bumper,
causes were,
cause other,
cautioned her,
charges per,
charges were,
charge number,
charles cutter,
charles hunter,
charles muller,
charles sumner,
charles tupper,
clock puncher,
cockle bur,
cockle burr,
cock sucker,
columns were,
common murre,
congress were,
consuls were,
costs under,
cost cutter,
cost structure,
croc hunter,
crop duster,
dard hunter,
dark color,
dark colour,
dark hunter,
doctrines were,
dolphins were,
don gummer,
dot commer,
dramas were,
dropped udder,
drop rudder,
drop structure,
font color,
fossils were,
fox mulder,
gardens were,
garments were,
gawain sir,
god mother,
gospels were,
gotten her,
got under,
guard cutter,
hans buchner,
hans krumper,
hans muller,
hans multscher,
hans sommer,
hard cover,
hard ulcer,
harvests were,
heart rupture,
hog rubber,
hom functor,
hop culture,
hot butter,
hot summer,
hox cluster,
jacques muller,
job hunter,
john asser,
john butler,
john glover,
john gunther,
john hunter,
john quidor,
john rutter,
john sutter,
john titor,
john tucker,
karl muller,
knowledge were,
large cluster,
large rubber,
la chaleur,
la culture,
la cumbre,
la sculpture,
la structure,
la valeur,
lodges were,
lot number,
margin per,
markets were,
market were,
mark butler,
marshal sir,
models were,
model were,
mongols were,
moslems were,
na number,
nodded her,
nok culture,
nostrils were,
not concur,
not confer,
not cover,
not occur,
not other,
not prefer,
not refer,
not suffer,
not under,
not utter,
not wonder,
novels were,
odd number,
on color,
on cover,
on culture,
on hunger,
on mother,
on number,
on other,
on structure,
on summer,
on under,
on upper,
operas were,
options were,
oxen were,
parcels were,
parted her,
part number,
parĂ¡ rubber,
plot structure,
pop culture,
pop under,
pot bunker,
pot hunter,
problems were,
problem der,
problem were,
products were,
product per,
profit per,
promised her,
prompted her,
prophets were,
quark color,
rahmen der,
raw umber,
rockets were,
rocks occur,
rock butter,
rock crusher,
rock plover,
rock tumbler,
r color,
r colour,
shark sucker,
soften her,
soft cover,
soft rubber,
soft sculpture,
soft ulcer,
spartans were,
spotted her,
spot color,
spot colour,
squadrons were,
stark number,
started her,
startled her,
star cluster,
star color,
star number,
stock culture,
stock number,
targets were,
todd hunter,
tom baker,
tom hunter,
tom tucker,
top cover,
wanted her,
wash buffer,
was mother,
was number,
was other,
was summer,
was under,
was younger,
watches her,
yard lumber

4 syllables:
allotments were,
apartments were,
apostles were,
assam rubber,
befallen her,
beyond number,
bourgeois culture,
departments were,
department were,
evolved under,
forgotten her,
gregoire muller,
iban number,
pasha bulker,
regarded her,
respondents were,
upon other

5 syllables:
correspondents were,
metatarsal spur,
renaissance culture

6 syllables:
danielle panabaker

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