Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with estimator:

4 syllables:
tested other,
question other,
seldom offer,
desk officer,
gentle lover,
welcome other,
festal letter,
guest editor,
scripta mater,
system offer,
system other,
nested under,
preston tucker,
rested under,
tested under,
threaten other,
vested under,
beset other,
gentle mother,
melted butter,
metal other,
press officer,
settle other,
stresses other,
vessel other,
press scimitar,
testing mater,
etat major,
haired officer,
mention other,
metal shutter,
section offer,
section other,
settle major,
splendid offer,
strengthen other,
westem culture,
brett butler,
french officer

5 syllables:
suggested other,
suggested major,
estimate either,
estimate error,
estimate other,
accepted offer,
accepted other,
affected other,
affected upper,
collected other,
detected other,
directed other,
elected upper,
expected other,
prevented other,
project officer,
reflected other,
rejected offer,
rejected other,
respected other,
selected dover,
selected other,
selected upper,
successful lover,
arrested under,
attested under,
contested under,
digested under,
requested under,
suggested under,
accepted major,
affected mother,
cadet officer,
defense commissar,
directed major,
elected major,
expected major,
lowest officer,
possesses other,
prevented major,
reflected major,
respected mother,
selected major,
successful hunter,
successful major,
successful mother,
suggested others,
attended other,
attention other,
connection other,
convention other,
direction other,
extended upper,
extension other,
maria mater,
protection other,
requested return,
suggested greater,
defense officer,
expenses other

6 syllables:
unsuccessful lover

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