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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with prevaricator:

4 syllables:
aaron baker,
belt conveyor,
brendan fraser,
celal bayar,
central chamber,
clarence major,
delegates were,
dellen crater,
eckman layer,
edna kramer,
ejb container,
ekman layer,
ella baker,
emma taylor,
etta baker,
extra labor,
extra layer,
gentle nature,
gretchen fraser,
harold taylor,
henles layer,
karen taylor,
metal layer,
paraguay bur,
para hacer,
pelvis major,
plenum chamber,
present danger,
present paper,
seconds later,
second chamber,
second grader,
second later,
second layer,
second major,
second nature,
second paper,
second player,
second rater,
senate chamber,
session layer,
seven major,
seven pacer,
several major,
sheldon mayer,
sheldon thaler,
special favor,
special favour,
special nature,
special paper,
terence ranger

5 syllables:
apparent failure,
developed later,
elected mayor,
essential nature,
injection laser,
inspection chamber,
potential danger,
presented later,
projection paper,
sequential nature

6 syllables:
confidential nature,
decompression chamber,
epithelial layer,
fundamental nature,
influential paper,
instrumental labor

7 syllables:
environmental chamber

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