Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with receptors:

2 syllables:
belles heures,
faire leurs,
gets hers,
c'est toujours,
cent jours,
death turns,
flesh turns,
fresh terms,
reste toujours,
s'est toujours,
share terms,
step turn,
where terms,
kept her,
swept her,
blessed earth,
check words,
czech firms,
czech words,
death serves,
delle terme,
dread words,
dressed birds,
dressed girls,
enter earth,
fresh words,
hence serves,
left turn,
lent term,
nez perc├ęs,
rare birds

3 syllables:
accept terms,
access terms,
affect terms,
center as,
center has,
center whose,
centre has,
centre whose,
collect herbs,
collect terms,
content terms,
direct terms,
effect terms,
effect turns,
enter as,
express terms,
expressed terms,
mentor whose,
object terms,
object turns,
project hermes,
project turns,
recent terms,
sector as,
sector has,
sector whose,
select terms,
subject terms,
subject turns,
success turns,
unfair terms,
vector whose,
accept her,
accept words,
better as,
debtor whose,
except birds,
except her,
except words,
letter as,
letter has,
letter whose,
elder whose,
gender as,
vendor whose,
addressed words,
affect earth,
complex serves,
excess words,
express words,
gesture whose,
getting hers,
hotel serves,
member as,
member has,
member whose,
progress curves,
protect earth,
recent earth

4 syllables:
collector whose,
detector whose,
director has,
director whose,
elector whose,
receptor shows,
offender whose,
cigarette burns,
cigarette firms,
cigarette girls

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