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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hot pepper:

3 syllables:
got better,
lot better,
not better,
not measure,
not never,
not refer,
not whether,
scots heather,
scott never,
not ever,
cause better,
chopped peppers,
far better,
god never,
prof. weber,
block letter,
bob feller,
cause never,
cause terror,
cause whether,
clock never,
cock feather,
drop letter,
haar measure,
job sharer,
large error,
locke never,
parse error,
slop seller,
square measure,
square metre,
squares error,
stock ledger,
stock measure,
stock never,
swash letter,
tom lehrer,
top seller,
wash leather,
watch whether,
sharp upper,
shot putter,
heart better,
block error,
block header,
cause error,
cause pleasure,
clock error,
cost ledger,
from error,
from ever,
got the measure,
harvey pekar,
heart never,
heart whether,
lost temper,
not referred,
not render,
not venture,
scotch heather,
scott fetzer,
scott refers,
shalt never,
sharp cheddar,
sharp letter,
sharp weather,
sharpe measure,
spot welder,
square error,
start whether,
stocked cellar,
scott paper,
not emerge,
not enter,
scott spencer,
sharp temper,
top heavier,
brought better


4 syllables:
prepare better,
compare letter,
compare whether,
declare whether,
horace never,
madame necker,
passage never,
passage refer,
passage whether,
radon measure,
response error,
response header,
adopt better,
father petre,
hotter weather,
madame heger,
plato never,
vermont cheddar,
votre lettre,
proper error,
about better


5 syllables:
potato cellar


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