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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with evocator:

2 syllables:
stroked her

3 syllables:
no later,
so later,
to later,
two later,
who later,
whole later,
spoke later,
bow chaser,
home maker,
no danger,
throw paper,
to favor,
to labor,
to paper,
two baser,
who favor,
whole labor,
wrote taylor,
close later,
goethe later,
growth later,
hoe scaler,
known later,
maestro mayor,
phone later,
quote later,
showed later,
shown later,
shows later,
stone later,
those later,
whole layer,
whose later,
wrote later,
should cater,
smoke layer,
no writer,
one nighter,
bone shaker,
close neighbor,
cloth paper,
gross labor,
known danger,
known labor,
known maker,
known paper,
no brainer,
note paper,
one paper,
probe laser,
rope maker,
rose chafer,
showed favor,
shown favor,
throat razor,
toll taker,
two papers,
who favored,
whole paper,
whose favor,
whose labor,
whose paper,
cloak tighter,
folk writer,
smoke eater,
choroid layer,
cloak makers,
closed later

4 syllables:
alone later,
approach later,
arose later,
locate either,
locate other,
locate power,
enjoy later,
und so weiter,
chateau gaillard,
lower geyser,
a note shaver,
above paper,
approach paper,
biglow papers,
do a favor,
dubose heyward,
lower labor,
lower laser,
lower neighbor,
promote labor,
promote safer,
remote danger,
supposed danger,
toward danger,
twofold danger,
unknown danger,
unknown maker,
above layer,
allow later

5 syllables:
chicago later

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