Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with screen saver:

3 syllables:
sweet savor,
bean caper,
clean paper,
clean razor,
greek sailor,
green laser,
green later,
green paper,
marine raider,
routine labor,
routine paper,
scene later,
seen later,
streets safer,
green layer,
marine layer,
my neighbor,
teen ager,
thy neighbor,
cream paper,
scheme later,
steam whaler,
theme later,
theme paper,
beach later,
beige paper,
brief paper,
cheap labor,
cheese maker,
creed taylor,
free trader,
greek labor,
grief later,
keith baker,
keith taylor,
leave later,
meet maker,
nietzsche later,
peace maker,
piece later,
reach later,
real danger,
sheep raiser,
sheet paper,
sieve shaker,
sleep later,
speak later,
speech later,
speech maker,
speed laser,
speed paper,
speed racer,
steel maker,
steel razor,
steve baker,
steve rayner,
steve taylor,
street later,
street trader,
these later

4 syllables:
eugene taylor,
machine labor,
machine maker,
machine paper,
unseen danger,
irene mayer,
extreme danger,
extreme labor,
supreme danger,
unsteady navier,
agreed later,
areas later,
believe later,
chinese labor,
chinese paper,
chinese tailor,
chinese waiter,
college labor,
college later,
college paper,
complete paper,
concealed danger,
concrete danger,
concrete labor,
decrease labor,
decrease later,
degrees later,
entries later,
ideas later,
perceive danger,
perceived danger,
proceed later,
receive later,
receive paper,
release later,
release paper,
relief labor,
repeat later

5 syllables:
nitrazine paper,
toluene layer

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