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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with passengers:

3 syllables:
challenge jurors,
class offers,
black cultures,
house hunters,
class cultures,
class numbers,
flask cultures,
mass numbers,
at others,
black colors,
bracken ferns,
catch others,
fallen girls,
flash offers,
jason burke,
nation turns,
passion burns,
patent terms,
plant hunters,
racist terms,
raven curls,
scalp hunters,
staff offers,
than others,
that offers,
that others,
what others,
hassan ngeze,
brass collars,
challenge words,
chance offers,
class concerns,
class covers,
class mothers,
class suburbs,
class under,
glass covers,
glass cutters,
glass under,
grass covers,
grass cutters,
grass under,
jason heard,
pass under,
passed others,
saxon terms,
saxon words,
takes others,
class sectors,
class sisters,
that enters,
back numbers,
badge numbers,
batch cultures,
batch numbers,
black numbers,
black vultures,
castle church,
fallen church,
haven church,
match numbers,
plaque ruptures,
staff numbers,
track numbers

4 syllables:
attack confers,
harass others,
surpass others,
passenger whose,
attack others,
castle towers,
classes varies,
japan offers,
japan others,
myriad others,
nation offers,
wagon tires,
suzanne somers,
challenge occurs,
challenge others,
kappa honors,
manager has,
manager whose,
manson myers,
saxon powers,
surpassed others,
among hunters,
spasm occurs,
attach numbers,
ballet teachers,
classic cultures,
contact ulcers,
fastener holes,
fermat numbers,
finance majors,
shallow ulcers

5 syllables:
capacitor whose,
passenger tires,
passenger journeys

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