Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with john tyler:

3 syllables:
giant tiger,
clock timer,
part timer,
start higher,
start timer,
car tire,
giant fiber,
giant liner,
not higher,
wants higher,
caused higher,
cause minor,
charge higher,
cock fighter,
dodge viper,
far wider,
scotch writer,
top sider,
count higher,
drawn tighter,
grant higher,
mount higher,
prof. taylor,
from fire,
from higher,
cause higher,
chopped fiber,
costs higher,
far higher,
heart lighter,
locked fiber,
not fire,
notch higher,
rod steiger,
stock buyer,
watch fire,
scott taylor,
dog tired,
giant fibers,
giant spider,
lotte eisner,
smart buyer,
and higher,
found higher,
ground higher,
pound higher,
sound higher,
stand higher,
black tiger,
from diverse,
grown lighter,
grown wider,
grown wiser,
half timer,
hoppe seyler,
poll taker,
range higher,
shawl tighter,
short timer,
small timer,
stock taker,
yvonne rainer,
bronc rider,
brown taylor,
caused minor,
charged higher,
clock driver,
garde writer,
got tired,
grant taylor,
hard cider,
hard liner

4 syllables:
adopt higher,
account higher,
amount higher,
horace taylor,
bourgeois writer,
cotton fiber,
foster higher,
horace meyer,
joanne kyger,
profit higher,
rayon fiber,
robert heizer,
johnnie taylor,
johnny taylor,
cotton buyer,
johnny meyer,
wanted higher,
expand higher,
advance higher,
attract higher,
defrost timer,
exact higher,
extract higher,
finance higher,
report higher,
support higher,
common eider

5 syllables:
chicano writer

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