Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with manager:

3 syllables:
than other,
at other,
at upper,
back cover,
black collar,
black color,
black colour,
black cover,
black other,
black upper,
cash offer,
catch other,
class other,
class upper,
had other,
match other,
patted her,
shall offer,
shall utter,
staff offer,
staff other,
that offer,
that other,
track other,
what other,
at major,
flat major,
staff major,
that major,
and offer,
and other,
and upper,
chance offer,
ghana under,
grant other,
handed her,
planned other,
plans offer,
plans other,
plant other,
range other,
shall abjure,
shall adjourn,
stand other,
than others,
than under,
and major,
dance major,
hannah heard,
planned major,
from major,
though major,
brown other,
brown upper,
drawn other,
shall mature,
spawn other,
than ever,
at mother,
black culture,
black mother,
blank cover,
class mother,
gamma curve,
thank other,
that mother

4 syllables:
japan other,
attach other,
attack other,
combat other,
harass other,
myriad other,
surpass other,
abandon her,
advance other,
channel layer,
enhance other,
expand other,
finance other,
havana under,
japan offered,
japan offers,
japan others,
japan under,
manie other,
manner other,
many other,
supplant other,
finance major,
many major,
japan never,
assam rubber,
assam under,
examined her,
adapt other,
allow other

5 syllables:
montana power,
abraham offered,
abraham tucker,
enamel layer

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See manager used in context: 33 rhymes, 2 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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