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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with wheezier:

3 syllables:
bean eater,
bee keeper,
beispiel der,
be cheaper,
be eager,
be either,
be neither,
be weaker,
cheese eater,
chief feature,
creep feeder,
deep freezer,
d reaper,
each feature,
each reader,
each speaker,
each teacher,
e meter,
e reader,
feel freer,
field fever,
green fever,
green keeper,
heat meter,
heat treater,
he either,
he neither,
jean wiéner,
key feature,
leaf eater,
leaf peeper,
means either,
mean either,
meat eater,
me either,
me neither,
pete seeger,
quiche eater,
scene stealer,
screen reader,
sea beaver,
sea creature,
seed eater,
seemed eager,
seen either,
see either,
see peter,
sheep stealer,
sheet feeder,
sleep fever,
species were,
speed reader,
steam cleaner,
steam heater,
steam meter,
steel seizure,
stream feeder,
team leader,
thief leader,
three seater,
three wheeler,
treaties were,
treaty were,
tree creeper,
weed eater,
we either,
we neither


4 syllables:
achieved either,
antique dealer,
between teacher,
chinese leader,
christine keeler,
concrete sleeper,
crimean fever,
eighteen wheeler,
emil krieger,
ideal reader,
marine creature,
receive either,
repeat breeder,
supreme leader,
unique feature,
vp sr


5 syllables:
japanese creeper



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