Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with activator:

4 syllables:
acted other,
captain nutter,
practice offer,
practice other,
jacob hutter,
sancta mater,
magna mater,
action other,
captain usher,
grant officer,
granted other,
prant officer,
taxes other,
active upper,
acted under,
practice under,
asked officer,
black officer,
captain hunter,
captain sutter,
cattle other,
practice alert,
practice offered,
practice offers,
practiced other,
status other,
tackle other,
that officer,
grand officer,
handle other,
jacob astor,
landed upper,
practice greater,
slack adjuster,
angle other,
bashful lover,
branch officer,
branches other,
cameras offer,
daniel offer,
plans officer,
range officer,
sample other,
stamp officer,
tanya tucker,
act together,
acting other,
back together,
clacked together,
hack together,
pack together,
packed together,
stack together,
stacked together,
tack together,
tacked together,
track together,
action under,
ashton under,
blackness under,
canton under,
captain under,
castile under

5 syllables:
attracted other,
contact officer,
contacted other,
enacted other,
reaction other,
supplanted other,
attractive offer,
compacted under,
enacted under,
exacted under,
extracted under,
reacted under,
retracted under,
attracted major,
attracted others,
attracted thither,
combat officer,
contact officers,
enacted major,
facto officer,
practical lower,
abandon other,
activate other,
attracted greater,
expanded upper,
example other,
finance officer,
financial offer,
attack together,
attracted hither,
attracting other,
contacting other,
emacs editor,
react together,
adapted under,
attraction under,
compaction under

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