Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with minister:

3 syllables:
in utter,
in under,
deer hunter,
in number,
still hunter,
bring utter,
his utter,
in other,
in upper,
minutes per,
quick cluster,
thick cluster,
visit her,
with utter,
being under,
bring under,
climb under,
firing under,
him under,
singh under,
sling under,
spring under,
string under,
swing under,
thing under,
brick under,
bridge under,
cliff under,
ditch under,
drill under,
finite earth,
flourish under,
here under,
if under,
is under,
it under,
niche under,
paris under,
parish under,
pitch under,
prince buster,
ridge under,
shear under,
sit under,
skill under,
sloughing ulcer,
smith under,
sphere under,
split under,
stick under,
stiff under,
still under,
strip under,
switch under,
there under,
thick under,
this under,
were under,
which under,
with under,
writhe under,
year under,
zurich under,
his hunger,
lip ulcer,
michael scheuer,
shear rupture,
sheer hunger,
with hunger,
brooke astor,
cousin esther,
finished her,
his sister,
aiding other

4 syllables:
berlin under,
resin under,
virgin under,
benign ulcer,
adding lustre,
linux server,
adding under,
asking under,
aching hunger,
admit under,
appear under,
career under,
galicia under,
manila under,
submit under,
thinnest layer,
until under,
vinyl ester,
zaire under,
until hunger,
hotel astor,
adding other

5 syllables:
violin under

6 syllables:
virginia oyster

Some other possibilities:

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See minister used in context: 64 rhymes, 35 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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