Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dry cleaner:

3 syllables:
creek leader,
greek leader,
league leader,
greek reader,
greek teacher,
green leader,
reply either,
seeks either,
speak neither,
speaks either,
team leader,
thief leader,
tree creeper,
weeks either,
creek leaders,
freely either,
greek leaders,
meat cleaver,
speak either,
weekly church,
street cleaners,
clean beaker,
deals either,
deemed either,
dream keeper,
dream weaver,
dreams either,
each teacher,
feels either,
field either,
green cedar,
heat seeker,
keith wheeler,
leaf peeper,
least either,
leave neither,
leave peter,
leaves either,
means eager,
means either,
meant either,
meets either,
needs either,
peace feeler,
pete seeger,
pious reader,
please neither,
pleased either,
reach deeper,
reached either,
routine feature,
schemes either,
screen reader,
seats either,
seeds either

4 syllables:
chinese leader,
completely either,
extremely eager,
retreat leader,
supreme leader,
appeal either,
conceal either,
eacli other,
weekly dinner,
weekly miner,
weekly under,
achieve deeper,
achieve neither,
achieved either,
agreed neither,
ancient teacher,
areal feature,
beliefs either,
believe neither,
believe peter,
believed either,
believes either,
chinese reader,
chinese speaker,
chinese teacher,
college teacher,
concealed either,
conceived either,
exceeds either,
extremes either,
gabriel riesser,
helene keyssar,
perceive neither,
perceived either,
proceeds either,
receive neither,
received either,
receives either,
release feature,
released either,
relieve fever,
relieved either,
revealed either,
reveals either

5 syllables:
obliquely under

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