Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with street cleaner:

3 syllables:
meat cleaver,
creek leader,
greek leader,
dry cleaners,
field leader,
meets neither,
league leader,
dream keeper,
greek reader,
greek teacher,
green leader,
heat seeker,
meets either,
pete seeger,
reply either,
seats either,
seeks either,
sheet feeder,
speak neither,
speaks either,
streets either,
sweet briar,
sweet brier,
team leader,
thief leader,
treat fever,
tree creeper,
weeks either,
creek leaders,
freely either,
greek leaders,
greek steamer,
meat eater,
my teacher,
needs neither,
needs teacher,
sheet either,
speak either,
steel steamer,
treat either,
treaty either,
weekly church,
wheel steamer,
clients either,
cream freezer,
deep freezer,
feels neither,
field fever,
field meter,
fields either,
jeanes teacher,
least neither,
leaves neither,
means neither,
means teacher,
meant neither,
niels peter,
pleased neither,
reached deeper,
reached fever,
reached neither,
scene stealer,
seeks neither,
seemed neither,
seemed weaker,
seems neither

4 syllables:
completely either,
retreat leader,
deceased leader,
perceived leader,
beaver cleaver,
chinese leader,
concrete sleepers,
extremely eager,
helene keyssar,
meeting leader,
supreme leader,
appeal either,
compete either,
complete either,
conceal either,
defeat either,
delete either,
eacli other,
repeat either,
achieved neither,
ancient cedar,
ancient feature,
ancient reader,
believed neither,
believes neither,
conceived neither,
perceived neither,
perceived teacher,
received neither,
receives neither,
revealed neither,
reveals neither

5 syllables:
defeated leader,
completely other

Some other possibilities:

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