Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with parameter:

4 syllables:
air officer,
para rubber,
dura mater,
serum under,
seven other,
seven upper,
threaten other,
befell other,
beset other,
credit offer,
credit other,
deck officer,
level other,
level upper,
metal other,
press officer,
settle other,
special offer,
stresses other,
vessel other,
press scimitar,
lemon butter,
merit under,
sheriff under,
stephen hunter,
began major,
emmet hunter,
etat major,
haired officer,
jealous mother,
metal shutter,
seldom offer,
settle major,
seven major,
sterile cover,
sterile rubber,
vellum cover,
welcome other,
where officers,
dura maters,
careful mother,
clarence major,
gerald astor,
merit greater,
parallel turn,
aaron never,
bearing other,
karen never,
sharing other,
wearing other

5 syllables:
maria mater,
expression other,
profession other,
cadet officer,
develop other,
develop upper,
possesses other,
addresses other,
american earth,
american fur,
american nurse,
arena theater,
clarify other,
depression major,
develop major,
develop mature,
enemy other,
hereby offer,
jealous suitor,
maria pilar,
parallel layer,
serious offer,
therapy other,
thereby offer,
various other,
verify other,
whereas other,
whereas upper,
whereby other,
addresses major,
aryan mother,
camera shutter,
terrible laughter,
terrible letter,
thereby deter,
various major,
whereas major,
whereas mature,
comparing other,
preparing other

6 syllables:
jeremiah tower,
library officer,
primarily offer,
primarily other,
primarily upper,
serious suitor

7 syllables:
commissary officer,
necessarily offer,
necessarily other,
necessarily deter

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