Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with harbingers:

3 syllables:
choir singers,
square pillars,
square piers,
square fingers,
square riggers,
stock pickers,
block ciphers,
stock tickers,
sharp pictures,
square timbers,
large litters,
large mirrors,
large rivers,
large shippers,
square figures,
sharp fingers,
bar billiards,
charming girls,
charming words,
parting words,
block buffers,
charge others,
chart offers,
georg iggers,
large errors,
score differs,
square letters,
square measures,
bronze pillars,
caring words,
giant pillars,
prof. flinders,
top timbers

4 syllables:
passage differs,
compare figures,
barking irons,
bourgeois thinkers,
departing words,
harbinger of,
harming others,
marking occurs,
regarding her,
regarding terms,
sparking occurs,
starting fires,
among bidders,
compare measures,
prepare letters,
prepare measures,
regard others,
caring others,
coffee pickers,
copper miners,
cotton ginners,
cotton pickers,
honor winners,
robbing others,
scarring occurs

5 syllables:
regarding others

6 syllables:
godavari rivers

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