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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with petitioner:

3 syllables:
given her,
flourish under,
parish under,
his summer,
this summer,
which offer,
which other,
aiding other,
being other,
brick color,
brick colour,
bring other,
bring utter,
click color,
click other,
did other,
hiring other,
his offer,
his other,
his supper,
his upper,
his utter,
if other,
in other,
in upper,
in utter,
is other,
quick color,
quick cover,
split other,
stiff upper,
still offer,
still other,
there offer,
there other,
thick collar,
thick cover,
thick upper,
thing other,
this offer,
this other,
this upper,
tick collar,
touching other,
ville libre,
visit her,
were other,
will offer,
with other,
with upper,
with utter,
bridge under,
ditch under,
fish monger,
niche under,
pitch under,
ridge runner,
ridge under,
switch under,
which under,
being under,
brick under,
bring under,
cliff under,
climb under,
deer hunter,
dish cover,
drill under,
firing under,
given nerve,
here under,
him under,
hit a nerve,
if under,
in under,
is under


4 syllables:
commission heard,
galicia under,
adding other,
admit other,
appear other,
asking other,
career other,
commit other,
enrich other,
forbid other,
fulfil other,
fulfill other,
submit other,
transmit other,
until other,
veronis suhler,
adding under,
admit under,
appear under,
asking under,
berlin under,
career under,
given our


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See petitioner used in context: 3 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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