Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mind reader:

3 syllables:
blind leader,
blind readers,
blind teacher,
finds either,
minds either,
blind leaders,
blind preacher,
blind research,
child readers,
lined either,
swine breeders,
guide readers,
spliced leader,
times leader,
child neither,
lived neither,
rights leader,
trained leader,
cried peter,
flight leader,
prime leader,
right leader,
times readers,
white cedar,
white leader,
blind teachers,
child either,
child research,
drive deeper,
filed either,
finds neither,
gives readers,
guides readers,
lined features,
lines either,
lived either,
lived research,
mines research,
price leader,
reich leader,
side wheeler,
sides either,
signs either,
strike deeper,
strike leader,
styled leaders

4 syllables:
assigned leader,
admired leader,
confined neither,
defined feature,
defined neither,
designed neither,
advised readers,
aligned either,
assigned either,
assigned research,
combined either,
combined research,
confined either,
declined either,
defined either,
defined research,
designed either,
designed research,
divine leader,
refined research,
provide readers,
admired teacher,
derived feature,
derived neither,
described neither,
designs feature,
divine speaker,
favourite preacher,
remained leader,
divine teacher,
favourite leader,
advised either,
arrived either,
binding either,
combined features,
combines research,
decides either,
defined features,
derived either,
described either,
described research,
design feature,
designed features,
designs either,
finding either,
prescribed either,
provide cheaper,
provide neither,
provide teacher,
provides either,
provides readers,
refined features

5 syllables:
carmelite friar,
reconciled either

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