Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with spell-checker:

3 syllables:
spell checkers,
bell bearer,
bell pepper,
bell wether,
belle zeller,
shell never,
smell better,
spell better,
tell whether,
bell heather,
air letter,
breathe better,
care whether,
cette lettre,
cette mesure,
check weather,
check whether,
dead letter,
death better,
death never,
death whether,
dressed better,
dressed leather,
fair weather,
faire cesser,
faire weather,
farre better,
flesh never,
fresh letter,
fresh pepper,
fresh terror,
glenn kessler,
guess whether,
heath ledger,
jet setter,
pledge never,
press never,
pressure error,
share ledger,
spread terror,
swear never,
them better,
them never,
them whether,
threat never,
wet weather,
where better,
where never,
where weather,
yet never,
pen checker,
fresh ether,
bell peppers,
beneath her,
caressed her,
cells emerge,
cells enter,
cells measure,
cells never,
cells whether,
cette erreur,
cette lecture,
check error

4 syllables:
marcel decker,
marcel dekker,
michelle gellar,
hotel sector,
access bearer,
address error,
addressed letter,
addressed whether,
agent header,
assess whether,
aware whether,
complex error,
complex ether,
detect error,
express better,
express letter,
express whether,
janet lever,
janet never,
percent error,
perfect terror,
possess better,
prevent error,
progress better,
progress never,
recent error,
regret never,
request header,
subject header,
success measure,
success never,
success whether,
access error,
defense sector,
ellen never

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