Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with emulator:

4 syllables:
hegel later,
level later,
settle later,
mental labor,
careful labor,
mention later,
penal labor,
helpful later,
level labor,
level laser,
nelson later,
question later,
section later,
settle labor,
special labor,
tephra layer,
tested later,
began later,
lesson later,
level layer,
metal layer,
scented danger,
session later,
sterile layer,
theca layer,
vessel layer,
simple labor,
william hayter,
central labor,
mental labors,
pencil paper,
stencil paper,
strengthen labor

5 syllables:
successful later,
emulate other,
successful labor,
successful laser,
amended later,
attention later,
convention later,
extended later,
accepted later,
affected later,
arrested later,
chemical laser,
collected later,
collection later,
connection later,
detected later,
direction later,
elected later,
election later,
erected later,
expected later,
reception later,
reflected later,
rejected later,
selected later,
suggested later,
agenda paper,
assembled later,
attempted later,
conceded later,
depression later,
develop later,
emerges later,
emerson later,
expression later,
regretted later,
regulate either,
regulate other,
regulate power,
several later,
tapetal layer,
attested danger,
expected danger,
suspected danger,
augmented labor,
emulate others

6 syllables:
supplemented later,
america later,
apprehended danger,
confidential paper,
continental paper,
presidential waiver

7 syllables:
unprecedented danger

Some other possibilities:

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