Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lipitor:

3 syllables:
steep upper,
greeted her,
jury rudder,
needed her,
treated her,
been other,
breed other,
by color,
by luther,
by major,
by mother,
cheek color,
china other,
clean other,
each other,
even her,
free lover,
green upper,
greet other,
lease other,
leave other,
lousy lover,
lousy mother,
marine upper,
meet other,
my lover,
my mother,
peace offer,
please offer,
please other,
reach other,
reach upper,
scheme other,
see color,
seize other,
speak other,
speech other,
steal other,
street upper,
surely suffer,
teach other,
these other,
these upper,
they cover,
they mature,
they suffer,
three color,
three major,
three summer,
thy mother,
treat other,
trees offer,
trees other,
tries other,
cheese butter,
cream butter,
creep under,
keep under,
sheep under,
sleep under

4 syllables:
completed her,
achieve other,
areas offer,
areas other,
believe other,
chinese offer,
college offer,
college other,
complete other,
complete upper,
conceal other,
conceive other,
concrete offer,
concrete other,
deceive other,
defeat other,
degree major,
degrees other,
delete other,
entries offer,
exceed other,
expressly cover,
extreme other,
extreme upper,
fourteen other,
ideas offer,
ideas other,
machine other,
obese zucker,
perceive other,
precede other,
receive other,
release other,
relief other,
relieve other,
repeat other,
retrieve other,
supreme mother,
asleep under,
shea butter

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