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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with inhaler:

3 syllables:
blinn shader,
chris taylor,
in danger,
in favor,
in labor,
in later,
in paper,
pierre cailler,
since taylor,
thin layer,
being later,
bring danger,
bring labor,
bring paper,
him later,
hiring labor,
spring labor,
tearing paper,
thing later,
brick maker,
chris baker,
crisp paper,
feared danger,
film maker,
hig taper,
his danger,
his favor,
his labor,
his later,
his maker,
his neighbor,
his paper,
is danger,
is later,
it later,
lip labor,
paris later,
paris paper,
parish paper,
pith paper,
sheer labor,
slick paper,
smith later,
smith paper,
split labor,
stick paper,
stiff paper,
still favor,
swiss paper,
there danger,
there later,
thick paper,
this danger,
this labor,
this later,
this paper,
were later,
which favor,
which labor,
which later,
with danger,
with favor,
with labor,
with later,
with paper,
year later,
sergeant taylor,
routing layer,
brick layer,
click layer,
flint paper,
flynn papers,
is safer,
israel heard


4 syllables:
elgin baylor,
berlin later,
berlin paper,
virgin paper,
berlin mayor,
resin layer,
adding later,
admit later,
appear later,
career changer,
career later,
until danger,
adding layer,
jimmy taylor,
askin papers,
berlin painter,
berlin papers,
billy taylor,
dinner later,
elgin papers,
ginger baker,
ignis sacer,
jewish tailor,
lewis taylor


5 syllables:
violin maker


Some other possibilities:

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