Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with propagator:

4 syllables:
thomas hutter,
bonus offer,
causes other,
chosen other,
columb major,
common other,
common upper,
donna summer,
drama major,
losses other,
model other,
often offer,
often other,
scotch officer,
solid upper,
watch officer,
watches other,
papal letter,
harappa culture,
basil butter,
latin pater,
option other,
thomas hunter,
thomas rutter,
causes greater,
losses greater,
often greater,
topic other,
block editor,
got together,
jacob hutter,
kabul under,
model letter,
propyl ether,
stopping other,
warren nutter,
blossom under,
bonus under,
bottom cover,
bottom under,
causes under,
chosen color,
chosen colour,
chosen under,
closet under,
common color,
common colour,
common under,
cottage under,
docile under,
facial color,
gotten under,
knotted under,
latin under,
lodges under,
loses color,
losses under,
model under,
natal under,
novel under,
nozzle under,
often cover,
often under,
pocket under,
police cover,
police under,
problem other,
profile under,
prophet under,
shona culture,
solid color,
solid colour,
solid cover,
solid under,
thomas under,
tonal color,
tonal colour,
trodden under

5 syllables:
canada cover,
adopted other,
drama editor,
drama theater,
plaza theater,
proper officer,
canada ginger,
deposit under,
probable lower

6 syllables:
uriah butler

Some other possibilities:

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